Dan Gilbert presents research and data from his exploration of happiness — sharing some surprising tests and experiments that you can also try on yourself. Watch through to the end for a sparkling Q&A with some familiar TED faces.
This brings up some happy memories of my childhood. Luckily my chart is now rising again thanks to Keagan.
01. 7 and 3 (tie)
07. 9 and 6 (tie)
stolen from Merlin Mann
In the last weeks Keagan made really amazing progress in his speaking skills. Here a few episodes:
- In Migros Keagan found a cookie box in the shape of a locomotive. He held it very thight and told Susanna “Ich das really bruuche” (I really really need this!)
- Wednesday Keagan was at Grandpa’s and ate lots on Lindor Chocolate balls. After 3 balls Keagan insisted, he needed another one. Grandpa then suggested to cut the forth apart and share it. Keagan just said with a very sad look on his face “wär schad!” (would be a real shame!)
- This morning he found a cookie plate and asked very politely “Döf I eis ha, bitte?” (Can I have one, please?)
Well, it seems that most of his sentences are about sweets. We just hope his pediatrician, who’s not so fond of giving sweets to kids does not read our blog…