Invert for Happiness

December 6, 2019

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I started reading Oliver Burkeman’s Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking this week. The main point of the first chapter is: the more you try to do X” the less likely it is to happen. If you try to be happy, you’ll keep thinking about times you’re not happy and thus remember your unhappiness more often. I’m paraphrasing, his argument is much better.

Then James Clear’s most recent (12/5) 3-2-1 newsletter seems to hammer the point home:.

Good advice!