WHY WE SHOULD PURSUE HAPPINESS TOGETHER
With all these new happiness apps, and programs, and online courses, you'd think we'd all be happier.
But we're not. Things like anxiety, depression, and burnout are on the rise.
So what's going on?
We've forgotten the most important thing: we need to pursue happiness together.
Dr. Matt Killingsworth, founder of Track Your Happiness, has shown that:
We are happier doing just about everything when we do those things with others.
Another reason we need to purse happiness together is because other people hold us accountable.
You know, like when you don't really want to go to the gym but you are meeting a friend there. You go anyway because you don't want to ditch them, right?
Systems like this also work for happiness. By finding ways to practice happiness together, you make it more likely that you'll actually do it.
Do you know how you would pursue happiness together with other people?
To learn more, check out my FREE guide: 5 Steps to make Positivity, Resilience, and Mindfulness automatic.
In this activity, you'll discover if you are living a life that reflects your values.
In this activity, you'll practice gratitude by making a gratitude list.
In this activity, you'll learn about positive reappraisal and engage in a practice to build this skill.