25 Apr Happiness and politics
In just a few short weeks I’ll have the opportunity to talk to a group of business/political/community leaders on the implications of focusing more on happiness and wellbeing, rather than illness and sickness. Along similar lines there’s a growing push for our politicians to consider measuring happiness and wellbeing, rather than just wealth, as means of tracking our progress as a society or nation.
Recently, one of the founding fathers of the positive psychology movement, Martin Seligman, delivered a similar message in New Zealand.
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