Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Happiness...its what everyone wants, but precious few can define. Happiness includes emotion, but it is far more than that. This is where most current discussion of happiness goes astray.
This interesting New York Times article offers little gems of long forgotten and oft ignored concepts. For example, "BEFORE credit cards and cellphones enabled consumers to have almost anything they wanted at any time, the experience of shopping was richer, says Ms. Liebmann of WSL Strategic Retail. “You saved for it, you anticipated it,” she says. In other words, waiting for something and working hard to get it made it feel more valuable and more stimulating."
For more, click here.