“Many of the things that are important for happiness seemed out of reach to me, an apparent expert on happiness…whilst I knew better, I was up against it when trying to actually live better.”
What is it that makes a person happy in life? Most of us will have a solid answer to that question. Yet, what is it that blocks our capacity to make choices that bring greater happiness?
Christopher spent a decade researching happiness, but he felt frustrated at how difficult it was to live the findings of his own research. To deepen his explorations around happiness he set out to find another way.
And so he quit his job, saddled up, and began cycling to Bhutan, a curious country nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas and world-renowned for using happiness to guide it national policies.
He applied all his expertise about happiness to create a journey for happiness. The end result was not just happiness, but a deep fulfilment and a reawakening to what matters the most in life. In this talk he shares stories of adventure and happiness insights from his 20,000km 18-month journey to Bhutan on a bicycle.
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