This is how to jump off the hedonic treadmillOct 01, 2019
The concept of the hedonic treadmill refers to the tendency of people to revert back to a relatively stable level of happiness over time.
And that’s in spite of the good and bad fortunes we will inevitably experience along the way.
You might think of it more as a thermostat than a treadmill, depending upon your outlook on life!
But if this is the case, how will we ever learn to be happy with what we’ve got?
Or should we keep on pushing ahead regardless?
I discuss the answer in this short video here
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