Happiness Is Not A Goal, Nor Is It An End State: It’s A Way Of Being
Hacking Happiness is about giving yourself permission to ride the wave of every emotion that life throws at you and know that you have the skills, support and resources to come out the other side a little better than you were before. Sounds great right? But you’re probably thinking “how do I do that and where do I begin?”Take The Hacking Happiness Assessment Now
The benefits of turning up the dial on your IAQ® can not only be profound but life-changing. Participants who have invested with me to amplify their IAQ® have shared that committing to this practice:
+ provides a compass to effectively navigate the complexity and uncertainty of exponential change
+ helps unlock potential they didn’t realise they had, enhancing creativity and innovation
+ enables deeper human connection and amplifies relationships
+ provides a feeling of empowerment and control over one’s life
+ enables greater fulfilment in the everyday
+ improves mental wellbeing and reduces feelings of anxiety
+ activates a mindset that challenges one to look at the world through a different lens
+ changes lives for the better (this is my favourite one)
IAQ® is designed to develop self-sufficient perpetual learners who can reinvent themselves time and again off a foundation of meaning and knowledge of what makes them happy. You do this through the amplification of skills in the outer circle of our IAQ® model:
Self-Accountability is about learning how to focus on what you can control, not what you can’t. It’s about taking control of your mindset and behaviour in order to shape that 40% of your happiness that is within your sphere of influence.
Human Connection is about exploring how opportunity, mental wellbeing and happiness are amplified when we are more humanly connected.
Experimentation is about learning to get comfortable with trying new things that feel uncomfortable and even impossible. We learn and grow through experimentation, even if the experiments don’t work out as intended.
Reflection is about how, if we don’t take the time to reflect and ask ourselves what worked, what didn’t and what we’re going to do differently next time, do we adapt for the better?