What if you could use your own mind, what you think about, how you feel, and where you put attention, to change your brain for the better? In my early 20s I began to realize that if I stayed with the experience of good facts, if I really absorbed them and let them sink into me, I would ultimately start to feel better.
This is one of the foundations of my theory on Taking in the Good, which I believe is an easy and highly effective way to bring more happiness and joy into our everyday lives. I go into more detail on the theory and practice of Taking in the Good in the video below from my presentation at Chicago Ideas Week. I hope you enjoy!
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