Happiness is a topic of discussion that often crops up in my conversations with clients. Of course it is easy to say we all want to be happy, but what does happiness mean? How do you know when you have it?
What is very clear is that happiness means different things to different people. Some people think of happiness as something like a good mood, feeling positive and upbeat as they go about their daily lives. Other people think more in terms of their happiness as something more along the lines of life satisfaction, having a deeper sense of meaning or purpose. Either way it is certainly a complex issue, and what makes one person feel happy may leave another feeling cold!
I personally find the subject of happiness such a fascinating area, and for that reason I am absolutely delighted to be working with my friend and colleague Meidi Goodson on a new venture, Positive Therapy Workshops. Together we are planning to deliver a series of interactive and fun personal development workshops, beginning with the subject of "Happiness".
Our first workshop is taking place in my home town (village?) of Bourton on the Water in the heart of the Cotswolds on 14th May 2016. Some participants are making a weekend of it and combining the workshop with a relaxing stay in one of the many hotels or B&B's in the area.
If you would like to know more take a look at our website www.positivetherapyworkshops.com or drop me an email. I