We all know that happiness is important – but do we know and practice the habits that can make us happy?

Happiness usually seems elusive to us because we’re not taught how to live a happy life.

Our modern education system focuses solely on subjects like math or writing but ignores the most important skills – life skills, such as happiness.

And learning the habits of happiness has never been more important.

Across countries and cultures, the data shows that debilitating depression and stress are on the rise in children.

That’s why it’s more imperative than ever that we solve this global problem by teaching our children how to manage their happiness.

We usually start to consciously search for happiness in our adulthood – but it’s easiest to learn these practices when we’re young. Children’s brains are primed to learn new skills, and studies show that children learn languages faster than adults do.

So why don’t we teach children the language of happiness?

In this TED talk, educator Erin Michelle Threlfall shares the amazing results that happen when we make happiness a part of the curriculum.

Watch the video to hear:

  • The 5 basic habits of happy people, according to research.
  • The transformative effects on students who take Happiness 101.
  • The importance of happiness in our lives and in our community.
  • How to positively impact the world by spreading happiness around you.

Discover how to integrate these positive practices into your daily life to make your family happier.

If you want to learn how to be happy in all areas of your life, join serial entrepreneur and creator of Lifebook, Jon Butcher, in a FREE Masterclass, How To Turn Your Life Into A Living Masterpiece.

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