Alexandra Greenhill, family physician, mother of three, and nationally-recognized health care leader, explains the philosophy behind the start-up company My Best Helper, including her personal quest to find love and happiness.
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BY MELANIE GORKA
@ VOL 21
ON FEB 19, 2013
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Maja Lund, PechaKucha organizer of Copenhagen, Denmark, invites us in to see her perspective on the intersection of Danish and Japanese culture. On her journey, starting with a search for rye-bread in Tokyo, she seeks an understanding to the country's love for Danish pastries and looks into different perspectives on happiness, Danish "hygge" and Japanese "kata".
"Presentation of the Day" on May 4, 2013.
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BY ANTONIO SABATER
@ VOL 34
ON FEB 27, 2014
Antonio Sabater tries to understand the true meaning of happiness. Is it a nice car, family, a dog, a child? He defines happiness as the center between health, love, profession, and spirit and towards the end goes through things that make him happy. (in Spanish)
The Bank of Happiness
BY ART + BELIEVE
@ VOL 24
ON MAY 25, 2016
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The Enigma of Happiness
BY ANDY WIBLE
@ VOL 14
ON SEP 15, 2018
The Enigma of Happiness - Andy Wible Proving the principle that those who cannot do, teach, Andy's talk will be on happiness. It will look at what it is, explore why we all want it, and discuss several philosophical conundrums around it. Even though happiness will always be a bit of a mystery, examining these issues will hopefully help us to have a more fulfilling life.
Andy Wible is a philosophy professor at Muskegon Community College. He enjoys traveling, running, writing, socializing, and playing golf. He was able to bring together two of his favorite things, golf and philosophy, in a book called Golf and Philosophy: Lessons from the Links a few years ago. He is best known locally for being married to Oliver Songlingco.