How do you hardwire your brain for long lasting happiness?
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author. His books include Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha’s Brain and Just One Thing.
Rick teaches effective, quick, and authentic ways to literally change your brain, making it easier to find calm, happiness, strength, contentment, and confidence.
Part one of the interview discusses key thoughts around mindfulness and how to hardwire our happiness in a distracted society.
Part two of the interview teaches us how to cultivate our own Budda Brain and how to enact this state of being in the 'workplace'.
In Part 1 you will learn:
1.44 The best route to smart cities and happy citizens
6.41 How to make happiness stick after great experiences
13.44 What in the brain drives emotional learning
17.51 How to counter bad tech habits in the workplace
21.56 Practical takeaways for enhancing your day
In Part 2 you will learn:
1.45 What is a Buddha brain and how can we create one?
3.20 What keeps us stick in our old ways of being?
11.12 How do we find our tribes to support our development?
13.57 How can leaders build a learning and supportive organisation for employee development?
19.21 What does Rick do to stay happy?