57. Lessons from a Happiness Expert on Gratitude and Positivity | How to Authentically BE YOU
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Welcome back to the Driven Young podcast and today we are talking about all things happiness and gratitude!
So many people are so negative, the news is so negative and so much of what we consume is negative and all of this can have a serious effect on us.
So today I have brought on Happiness Expert and researcher Declan Edwards. I met Declan on Clubhouse and he blew my friends and I away with some of the stuff he was saying. So much so we have since become friends and I invited him on the podcast to share his knowledge with you all!
Declan is the founder of the company BU, he has a bachelor of health, a Postgraduate Certificate in Positive Psychology and has Practitioner Certifications in NLP, CBT + Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. His entire company is based on the science of happiness (which I know sounds bizarre) but they do some seriously awesome stuff in the company.
In today's episode we get into:
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I started the Driven Young Podcast as a way to help educate and inspire the younger generation. There are plenty of amazing podcasts out there but I find very few tailors their content to those in high-school and uni. Even the ones that claim they do seem to go off track and fail to keep their message clear and simple for the younger generation to understand.I believe our world is changing so fast, the current education system can’t keep up and is left teaching us old and outdated skills no longer relevant in the workplace.This podcasts explores what I believe should have been taught in school and aims to help people realise the world is different from when their parents grew up and we must make relevant decisions based on the world we live in currently not the world people used to live in.