"It’s important to note that while this research helps us understand people’s beliefs about which happiness is preferable, it does not prescribe which form of happiness would be better to pursue. But these results reveal that Westerners planning their lives by the day or the hour will likely achieve a different version of happiness than what they themselves believe makes a happy life. We’re all too busy, and we’re driven to turn down opportunities to constantly feel happy. But if you believe you want a life of happiness experienced in the moment, think twice before preventing yourself from achieving it."
Researchers asked thousands of Americans about different kinds of happiness, and which matters the mosthttps://t.co/hws8dATIuM— Harvard Biz Review (@HarvardBiz) November 19, 2018
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