Sunday, 2 September 2007


Nice one from Fabrice Grinda.

"Most people, through a combination of education and genes, have a set level of happiness. While circumstances may change that level, we usually revert back to our mean.

Despite that, there are 10 things you can do to improve your mean level of happiness. They sound artificial, but they work.

So the 10 things are:...."

Listed here.

1 comment:

Nicki Greenberg said...

Good stuff. And I highly highly recommend Matthieu Ricard's book, "Happiness" - it comes from a Buddhist and scientific perspective, and makes so much sense. Totally non-religious, also - no requirement for faith. It's all about mind training - and it works. Great stuff.