“I’ll Be Happy When…”

It might sound like a goal. It’s not.

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We all want to be happy. We all want to grow, succeed, and achieving our goals generates feelings of happiness both from the sense of accomplishment and from the rewards gained as a result. There is nothing wrong or dangerous about envisioning things we aspire to and setting our sights on pursuing them. The harm starts brewing when we make our happiness purely conditional on future…

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A professional dancer, choreographer, theatre creator, and featured TEDx speaker with an honours degree in psychology, two black belts, and a lap-top.

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Jeff Fox

Jeff Fox

A professional dancer, choreographer, theatre creator, and featured TEDx speaker with an honours degree in psychology, two black belts, and a lap-top.

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