The Ten Keys to Happier Living

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The Ten Keys to Happier Living – This is a good friend of ours, Vanessa King. Listen to her speak at the prestigious TEDx event.

What are the active ingredients for a happier and more fulfilling life?

Positive psychology, happiness and resilience expert, Vanessa King of Action for Happiness, unlocks the Ten Keys to Happier Living.

The areas science shows we can most easily take action – for ourselves and to contribute to a happier world. A talk to share!

Vanessa King is a leading expert on the practical application of the science of happiness, resilience and wellbeing in our everyday lives, communities and in organisations.

She regularly speaks all around the world on topics such as: Why Happiness Matters, Why Happiness is a Serious Business, How to Build your Resilience, 5 Questions about Happiness, Simple Skills for Psychological Well Being, and the 10 Keys to Happier Living.

Vanessa is a Board Member and Lead Positive Psychology and Workplace Expert for Action for Happiness

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

Learn more at TEDx.

Reviews:

A wonderful menu for living a happier, more fulfilling and caring life. Strongly recommended.

– Sir Anthony Seldon

This brilliantly researched book gives you the cutting-edge science and practical strategies to put a smile on your face.

– Suzy Greaves – Editor, Psychologies Magazine

While an eminently practical book, it is also wise and compassionate. Teaches us how to slow down and see the world anew.

Rachel Kelly – author of ‘Walking on Sunshine: 52 Small Steps to Happiness’, mental health campaigner and ambassador for SANE

This book is a very informative guide to living a flourishing life. Informed by science, Vanessa King shows why each key to flourishing matters and the actions we can take to make it a reality. Whether it’s new ways to nurture our relationships, exercising our minds and bodies, or exploring our own creativity, there’s something in here for everyone.

Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD – Scientific Director of the Imagination Institute and researcher in the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania.

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