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Podcast with Tim Sharp

Are You Too Busy to Choose Happiness? Podcast with Tim Sharp

Today’s Guest:

Dr. Timothy Sharp runs one of Australia’s most respected clinical psychology practices, is a highly regarded executive coaching practice, and is the founder and chief happiness officer of the happiness institute, Australia’s first and now largest organization devoted solely to enhancing happiness in individuals, families, and workplaces. An adjunct professor in positive psychology at the University of Technology in Sydney and RMIT University, Tim is a sought-after public speaker who makes frequent media appearances, and is the author of, among other things, “100 Ways to Happiness: A Guide for Busy People” and most recently, “Live Happier, Live Longer: A Guide to Positive Ageing”.

In today’s episode we’ll discuss how to help people find the time to integrate wellbeing practices into their workplace.

Connect with Tim Sharp:

Website: www.drhappy.com.au/

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You’ll Learn:

  • [03:28] – Tim explains how we can CHOOSE happiness and the small practices that we can invest in each day.
  • [08:07] – Tim offers some tips on how we can make time for happiness practices.
  • [12:27] – Tim discusses how workplaces can embed happiness practices into the everyday lives of their employees, using the approach of mental health organisation Batyr as an example.
  • [17:48] – Tim talks about how to sustain happiness practices long-term in workplaces.
  • [22.58] – Tim explains how to navigate the cynics when trying to implement wellbeing practices within a workplace.
  • [25:25] – Lightning round with Tim Sharp.

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