50% of our happiness level is determined by our genetics, 10% by circumstance, and 40% by intentional activity*.
This course focuses on the 40%, the intentional activities, and shows students how to “do happiness”. We will demonstrate that you are able to take back control, and influence how you feel on a daily basis. This course highlights how to be happy through bio-chemical, social, and psychological strategies that you can take advantage of to optimise your levels of happiness. Happiness is a feeling, an attitude, and a way of experiencing life.
This journey is partly a choice, and is, most definitely, a practice. Feeling happy doesn’t just magically arrive without action, so it is crucial to understand the environments, social conditions, and physical places we must put ourselves to feel it. We’ve put this course together in a way where you can pick and choose what works for you, and we encourage you to trust the process of trying new things. The benefit of taking this course is that you will understand the components of happiness, and feel better as a result.
There is a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee, no questions asked. This is your happiness at stake, so why not give it a go?
To Your Happiness!
* Lyubomirsky, S., Schkade, D., & Sheldon, K.M. (2005). Pursuing happiness: The architecture of sustainable change. Review of General Psychology, (9)2, pp.111-131.
Chris Hall is an Entrepreneur, Ted Speaker, and Business Coach on a mission to inspire one billion people in his lifetime. He has been the CEO of five businesses and his online courses are used by individuals from more than 155 countries. Chris works 1:1 with top universities and companies across Australia, empowering people to tap into their professional growth through personal development strategies.
You can follow Chris via his weekly Be What You Want Podcast in which he interviews the world’s best thinkers about their personal journeys, and you can learn more about him and the Podcast via www.BeWhatYouWant.Net.
Chris Hall goes by @ChrisHallReal on all social media channels.