Happiness is not a spectator sport

Happiness is not a spectator sport
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

April 28th 2015


Eve Menezes-Cunningham

If you were to create a well-formed outcome around increasing your happiness, you’d have to work quite hard just to break the goal into manageable, measurable elements. The Oxford English Dictionary defines happiness as ‘Feeling or showing pleasure or contentment’ which makes the idea of ‘just wanting to be happy’ feel even vaguer....


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