Laughter, Smiles, And The Occasional Horrified Gasp
Reduce stress and lower cortisol levels while boosting your immune system—having a chuckle really does help us feel better.
One study found it even improves short-term memory which is great because, well, we forget why, but you get the picture.
Right now, we all could do with more laughter and deeper connections with those in our lives. So try out some of these virtual meeting icebreakers and enjoy the bizarre stories that have come out of Moxie Institute’s own staff.Read More
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