How to Get Happiness Right in a World That’s Got it Wrong | How To Academy


Tue, 21 May 2024

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm BST

How to Get Happiness Right in a World That’s Got it Wrong

Stephanie Harrison

Well-being expert and founder of The New Happy Stephanie Harrison joins us to reveals the counterintuitive secrets to happiness and provide a practical guide to living a happy life.

We all want to be happy. This goal drives everything that we do. Why, then, are so many of us so unhappy? It’s not your fault. You have been told a lie: that achieving your own success will make you happy. This is “old happy,” society’s incorrect definition of happiness.

The truth is that happiness comes from helping other people to live happier lives. This livestream talk from wellbeing expert Stephanie Harrison will take you through the process of unwinding Old Happy, uncovering your own gifts, and using them to both improve your life and the world at the same time. 

Through an inspiring blend of art and science, this talk will forever change the way that you see yourself and the world. 

Whether you’re wondering what career you should choose, navigating a life transition, going through a difficult time, teaching your kids what matters most, or simply hoping to experience more joy every day, join us and discover a proven path to a happier life and a better world.

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Stephanie Harrison

Author and Happiness Expert

Stephanie Harrison is the creator of the New Happy philosophy. Her work has been featured in publications such as CNBC, Fast Company, Forbes, and Harvard Business Review. She is the founder of The New Happy, a company helping individuals, companies, and communities apply this philosophy in their lives. The New Happy’s art, newsletter, podcast, and programs reach millions of people around the world every month. She has a Masters Degree in positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Previously, she was the Director of Learning at Thrive Global.