These two Nobel Peace Prize Laureates have united for one final mission: to show the world how to live with joy, even in troubled times. And they know what they are talking about. They have both lived through extreme hardship, and continued to live with joy despite their circumstances.Tell Me More About the Movie
We’re not making this stuff up! Neuroscience backs up ancient wisdom and tells us exactly what to do to feel more joy right away! Check out the research that shows us how to create more joy.See the research
It can be as small as smiling at someone in the grocery store. In short, it’s just doing something that will benefit another person or the world.
Spoiler alert – it will benefit you, too.
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For people, for things, for moments. For anything! Just pause for a moment and think about something that feels good in your world. Really FEEL that good feeling. Acknowledge it. That’s gratitude, and it will lead you to joy.
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So often we can’t make an immediate change in our circumstances. But we are always capable of changing how we look at things. You can think of a challenging task as hard work, or you can think of it as good exercise. Choose the thought that makes you feel more joy.
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Reaching outside of ourselves is a path to joy. See a friend. Visit a neighbor. Volunteer. Opening your heart to another will bring joy to both of you. So even though you might want to avoid humanity altogether when you’re feeling down, you’ll be a lot happier if you connect with some of us.
Bonus: Doing a kindness for someone or telling someone you're grateful for them are two ways to build connection.
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When you are kind to someone else, you end up being joyful, but why? Because we realize that we are made for goodness.
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Telling people about your joy makes you feel even more joy. It's true! So, tell us about a time when you did something to create joy: