Sun 15 October 2017 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Mindspace Ahad Haam - Ahad Ha'am 54, Tel Aviv, 25 NIS
We all want to be happy. At least happier.
We invest in finding a profession that will satisfy us personally or financially, aspire to be in relationships that are right for us, develop diverse interests outside office hours, raise children and more. However, we are not always where we want to be. In an age where it is very common to engage in self-awareness, constant improvement and self-study, sometimes there is such information overload that we do not know which self-help book, YouTube channel or viral blog to start at all.
Luckily for us, we have a golden opportunity to bring you a fascinating lecturer and researcher who deals with these fields. Dr. Eyal Doron is the head of the Interdisciplinary Center for Psychology and Spirit at the School of Psychology at the Interdisciplinary Center, and the head of the Creativity in Action track at the School of Management Training at the Interdisciplinary Center.
The lecture that Dr. Doron will convey to us deals with the surprising relationship between happiness, creative thinking and the changing world of the 21st century, and the new world is an ever-changing world that is constantly changing and accompanied by a sense of uncertainty about the future. Is the world changing, and what does all this mean tomorrow morning?
How can one be even happier in the mysterious world of the 21st century?
The lecture works through studies, anecdotes, and fascinating and humorous examples of what each of us needs to do to be happier and make his work happier.