How To Have A Good Day

How can we perform well every day while avoiding burnout?

Many of us experience times when we're performing well, but these moments are often elusive and short-lived. For every good day, we may have a hundred unsatisfying ones. The good news is there are practical things we can do to consistently make our days better.

At this special event, bestselling author Daniel Goleman will share how emotional intelligence can help us have a great day, any day. He'll explain how you can find your optimal state and have a realistic goal of feeling satisfied that you've had a productive day.

In his groundbreaking #1 bestseller Emotional Intelligence, Dan revolutionized how we think about intelligence. His new book 'Optimal' is the culmination of decades of scientific discoveries and practical experience.

By taking part in this event, you'll discover how you can use your inner resources to perform better and experience more satisfaction, while also avoiding burnout.

This conversation with Dr Mark Williamson was recorded at an Action for Happiness live event on 6th March 2024.

About The Speaker

Daniel Golman is the author of the international bestsellers including Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Focus and Why We Meditate. He was a science reporter for the New York Times, was twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, and received the American Psychological Association's Lifetime Achievement Award for his media writing. He lives in Massachusetts. His latest book is Optimal: How to Sustain Personal and Organizational Excellence Every Day.

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