Why you don’t really know when you were at your happiest

I had an interesting conversation with a client recently. She was advocating the practice of sitting quietly and asking yourself to think back to when you were at your happiest. The idea is that when you find that moment, you should plan your life to go forward in that direction. While this is a nice idea in principle, I think it’s fundamentally flawed because we can’t reliably … Continue reading Why you don’t really know when you were at your happiest