Josephine Chu

Thrive Global Contributor

Josephine is a graduate of Cornell University where she studied psychology and film. She was previously a content intern at Thrive Global.

Latest Articles by Josephine Chu

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  1. How Gratitude Changed This World Champion Boxer's Approach to Life

  2. Can Your Smartphone Really Be Your Therapist?

  3. Become an ‘Unstoppable’ Leader by Enhancing Your Self-Awareness

  4. How Avicii’s Death Is Prompting an Important Conversation About Mental Health

  5. Could Artificial Intelligence Be the Cure for Loneliness?

  6. Why Compassionate Directness Is the Most Successful Way to Lead

  7. This Writing Program Helps Cancer Patients Reclaim Their Personal Narrative

  8. This Is the Secret to Elon Musk’s Astonishing Productivity

  9. Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz Speaks Out Against Racial Profiling

  10. Why Are People Donating Money to Buy Elon Musk a Couch?

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    How Cultivating a Sense of Wonder Can Help You Become a Better Leader

  12. Immerse Yourself in a ‘Creative Ecosystem’ If You Want to Achieve Success

  13. Why Intuition Is an Essential Decision-Making Tool

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    How Joe Biden, Sheryl Sandberg, and Prince Harry Turned Their Personal Grief Into Public Lessons in Perseverance

  15. Uber's Chief Brand Officer Bozoma Saint John Has an Important Message for White People

  16. Why Uber’s Chief Brand Officer Says Happiness is a Daily Choice

  17. Can Prioritizing Happiness Over Grades Lead to Success? This New School in India Is Betting on It

  18. How We’re Helping Women in Prison Find Their Purpose

  19. Here’s 1 Way to Predict If You’re at Risk for Smartphone Addiction

  20. March for Our Lives Highlights the Power of Young Voices for Change

  21. Why Talking About Death Might Help You Live a Better Life

  22. Kevin Durant: How to Rediscover the ‘Kid-Like Joy’ in What You Do

  23. Why Shifting Mindsets Is the Key to Solving West Virginia’s Well-Being Crisis

  24. This State Has the Most Phone-Addicted Drivers (Hint: It’s Not California)