Happiness can mean different things to different people. For some, it’s achieving a lifelong goal. For others, it’s landing a dream job, or making an impact on the world or building a better life for family and friends. And for some, it’s simply a long string of good days.
Today we sit down with Ian Sanders, a renowned storytelling trainer, professional optimism instructor, and author of the acclaimed book 365 Ways To Have a Good Day. We’ll discuss his storied career, his many detours, and how, after decades of trying, he finally learned how to string enough good days together to build a rewarding, happy life.
Learn more about Ian, The Ian Sanders Company, and 365 Ways to Have a Good Day here: https://www.iansanders.com/
Why is it that, no matter how far we climb in our careers, so many of us struggle to find happiness? Why are stress, anxiety, and burnout so prevalent in our working lives? It turns out… we may have our brains to blame.
Today we sit down with Ashish Kothari, founder and CEO of Happiness Squad and author of the bestselling new book “Hardwired for Happiness." We discuss the biology of fear, the science of happiness, and how Ashish's inspiring personal journey led him to seek out answers for some of life's most vexing questions.
Ashish also shares some large-scale strategies and simple, everyday practices that can help us move beyond our biology, and live with more joy, love, and meaning.
Learn more about Ashish Kothari and Happiness Squad here: https://happinesssquad.com/
Want to learn more about "ikigai?"
Management 3.0 facilitator Kumiko Sugiyama takes a comprehensive look at this Japanese concept in her recent blog: https://management30.com/blog/japanese-ikigai/
You can also dive deeper into the concept of ikigai - and ikigai models - while learning more about meaning and purpose in the world of business by completing this Management 3.0 Module: https://management30.com/align-constraints/meaning-purpose/
For more happiness visit https://management30.com/