DR. TIM SHARP
THE KEY TO HAPPINESS
If today was your last day, would you be happy with what you left behind? Would you feel like you met your life’s purpose and left behind a legacy?
If not, what would you do differently? People who are already happy are 78% more likely to succeed in life than people who are not. Join me as I talk to Dr Tim Sharp, better known as Dr Happy.
He is an internationally renowned leader in the field of Positive Psychology and holds three degrees in psychology, as well as long record as an academic, clinician and coach. He has worked with companies like Ernst & Young, NAB, Westpac, and Coca Cola Amatil, just to name a few.
Dr Tim is unparalleled in his success, and in this episode, we cover everything from creating greater states of happiness in yourself, the relationship between being happy and achieving success, and being a happy parent.
In this episode, you will learn:
- 7:09 – “Positivity in relation to success”: positive emotions leads to broaden perspectives and increases your internal strengths, mindset of happiness as a destination, happiness plan
- 11:59 – “Can we measure/increase happiness”: what positive psychology is about – meaning and purpose, attitudes, health, relationships, etc., realistic expectations of happiness, minimalism, microwave mindset (quick 60 sec fix)
- 20:39 – “Mindfulness”: Controlling meaning in negative events, post-traumatic growth, duality to life, regulating emotions
- 36:41 – “Physical well-being and mental well-being”: sleep, performance, exercise as an anti-depressant, relationship of food and psychology, intermittent fasting
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