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Sharing inspiration from our own Kindness Journey to inspire yours.
Change your habits if you want to change your life.

Changing Your Kindness Habits is Now Easier Than Ever

“A choice architect has the responsibility for organizing the context in which people make decisions… [S]mall and apparently insignificant details can have major impacts on people’s behavior… Good architects realize that although they can’t build the perfect building, they can make some design choices that will have beneficial effects…” – Nudge, Richard H. Thaler, Cass R. Sunstein

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The Best Way to Light Up our Lives – Learning From Luz

A few months ago, I met Luz Irene. She works cleaning and preparing food in a private household in Bogota. Colombia is a country with enormous income disparities. It is not rare that people have to work seven days a week to earn just enough to meet their family’s basic needs. Luz Irene is no exception.

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Kindness – a Powerful Tool to Live Happier and Longer

One of the things I’ve enjoyed the most about working at KindWorks.AI has been diving deep into the fascinating findings of Kindness research. All the tools we offer here at KindWorks.AI are fully supported by science, and therefore, without a doubt, have the capacity to help people improve their lives in multiple ways.

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Making Kindness a Life Philosophy

The term ‘philosophy’ can have multiple meanings depending on the context. It can mean the kind of academic study done by professors in universities. But it is also often used to refer to each individual person’s outlook on life. What do you value in this world, what are your principles, how do you treat yourself and others, what are your guiding goals in life?

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How Kindness Measurably Improves Well-Being Across Cultures

At the beginning of the KindWorks.AI journey, our team wanted to build a service that was not only enjoyable to use but also aligned with current scientific findings linking Kindness with mental health benefits. Our goal was to create an engaging messaging experience that motivates

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Big & Small: The Power of Kindness on Social Media

As social media sites have gained popularity over the last decade, the debate over their value has also reached new heights. Sure, many say that it can be a negative space, but I personally sincerely believe it is a space that holds more good than bad.

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Why the World Needs KindWorks.AI

Recently I went through a self-reflection exercise where I defined what motivates me and why I get up in the morning. I am motivated, both in my work and personal life (which there is an increasingly grey line between) to truly make other people’s lives better. I believe that Acts of Kindness are the core of how we can help improve other people’s lives through our daily actions.

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How I Got Lost – And Found Kindness

One positive effect the pandemic had on me was that it got me back into biking. Having been an avid biker when I was young, my biking routine started to slip as I got busy with work, family and life in the last years (um, decades). A few months into the pandemic I found myself with much more time on my hands and astonishingly also a few more pounds on my hips. I knew it was now or never to finally get back on my bike again.

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The Greatest Gift of All

A few years back, I had spent weeks trying to figure out what to get my friend for her birthday, but nothing was coming to mind. Until one day I came across an ad for a soon-to be released blockbuster starring her all-time favourite actor. I knew this was it! Feeling adventurous, I decided to take a chance and entered the ticket lottery for the premiere at our local theatre.

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