Lessons About Happiness From Bhutan

As I mentioned in a post last week, I recently watched a TED Talk by Tshering Tobgay, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bhutan, where he discussed Bhutan’s status as a carbon neutral country and touched on how that remarkable achievement aligned with his country’s belief that increasing Gross National Happiness (GNH) is a greater priorityContinue reading “Lessons About Happiness From Bhutan”

Happiness & Success – a.k.a. The Chicken or The Egg

We human beings are very good at constantly moving the goalposts on ourselves. Whenever we set a goal, we often convince ourselves that achieving it will make us happy – that happiness lies on the other side of success. Yet, does it? Do you ever feel completely happy once you’ve fulfilled a certain goal? OrContinue reading “Happiness & Success – a.k.a. The Chicken or The Egg”

To Age or Not To Age?

I celebrated my 39th birthday earlier this week – thank you, thank you, hold the applause. It has kicked off quite a few interesting discussions with friends and family about the subject of age, so much so that I felt inspired to write about it in my blog. Turning 39 meant that I was remindedContinue reading “To Age or Not To Age?”