Instant Genius Podcast: Key lessons from the world’s longest happiness study, with Prof Robert Waldinger
The easy, science-backed ways you can lead a more happier and fulfilled life.
Instant Genius is a bite-sized masterclass in podcast form. And in this episode we're tackling happiness.
What are the most important, achievable things you can do to live a happier life? It’s a big question that’s been researched for many years by Robert Waldinger. He’s a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the man in charge of the world’s longest-running scientific study of happiness.
Waldinger joins us to discuss the key findings of this research, the biggest happiness myths and also how much money you need to be fulfilled.
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Thomas is Digital editor at BBC Science Focus. Writing about everything from cosmology to anthropology, he specialises in the latest psychology, health and neuroscience discoveries. Thomas has a Masters degree (distinction) in Magazine Journalism from the University of Sheffield and has written for Men’s Health, Vice and Radio Times. He has been shortlisted as the New Digital Talent of the Year at the national magazine Professional Publishers Association (PPA) awards. Also working in academia, Thomas has lectured on the topic of journalism to undergraduate and postgraduate students at The University of Sheffield.
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