One of the leaders of the positive psychology movement, his classes on “Positive Psychology” and “The Psychology of Leadership” were among the largest courses in Harvard’s history, attracting a total of 1,400 students—approximately 20 percent of all Harvard undergraduates.
Tal does a great job of integrating the rigor of the science of happiness with the fun of self-help and this is the third Note we’ve done on his great books. Check out Notes on + (now called Being Happy) for more.
Drawing on the latest psychological research, this book walks us through 101 choices we make throughout our lives and, as with his other books, is packed with wisdom.
I’m excited to share a few of my favorite Big Ideas so let’s jump straight in!
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