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When the world is upside down and the future uncertain, is it possible to find happiness? Happiness expert Tal Ben-Shahar unequivocally says yes! In Happier, No Matter What, he gives listeners a toolbox for finding hope and purpose - the SPIRE method. This nuanced approach has five key realms:

  • Spiritual: Are we living mindfully?
  • Physical: Do we take care of our bodies?
  • Intellectual: Are we challenged and curious?
  • Relational: Do we nurture connections that nurture us?
  • Emotional: Are our feelings both honored and balanced?

By assessing each area, we gain insight into our "baseline happiness" - and about how to build the resilience necessary to weather all of life's ups and downs, no matter what.

©2021 Tal Ben-Shahar (P)2021 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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Antifragility is a key concept

I’m a psychotherapist and this is now a highly-recommended book in my library.
Ben-Shahar builds on the work of those like Nassim Taleb to help the concept of Antifragility become increasingly mainstream.