The Happiness Compass was born out of the idea to instigate a more proactive approach to health and happiness.
Our mission is to give everyone the tools to be happier and more fulfilled by creating programs and initiatives that teach people skills around emotional intelligence, positive psychology, mindfulness, resilience and physical well-being.
Our vision centres around the approach that we should do more and be more. We should ask and embody the questions: How do we make an impact today? How do we challenge established ways of doing business? How are we improving the lives of others in meaningful ways? How do we create a positive and lasting legacy?
The Happiness Compass wants to help people answer these questions and more on a daily basis. Positive change will only come from those who collaboratively, passionately and boldly pursue their dreams for a better tomorrow. We’re committed to making a difference.
If we can use this tool and take it with us every day our lives will be more enriching, our relationships more fulfilling and our moments more gratifying. We can learn to enjoy the lake of life in each and every moment with the understanding that it may dry up and be gone at any moment.
"It is not necessary to accept the choices handed down to you by life as you know it. There is more to it than that— no one HAS to do something he doesn’t want to do for the rest of his life. But then again, if that’s what you wind up doing, by all means convince yourself that you HAD to do it. You’ll have lots of company." Hunter S. Thompson
“You are never too old. In terms of human existence – what does ‘old’ even mean? In fact, when does one become old? If one is always trying to better themselves then one never stops growing. Therefore, one can never get ‘old’ meaning one is forever young. So, what would you do if you never got old?”
I find it fascinating to witness this massive shift from real time connection to an almost synthetic, technological one. Our phones have become an extension of ourselves, we spend most of our life “plugged” in, connecting to others and building our digital profiles; tailoring them to complete precision. I’m curious about how this affects our brain, I wonder what consequences this new behaviour will have on humanity? What is this future going to look like? How might this change our psychological make-up?
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