I saw this on Facebook yesterday and was inspired by Mo Gawdat’s understanding of life. His words are simple, but they are the truth. Let’s all make an effort to understand happiness within, and make the world a better place.
Mo Gawdat was miserable for several years in his twenties and thirties despite his high-flying job, income and happy family unit. Determined to turn this around Gawdat, an engineer by trade who is now an executive at Google, formulated an equation for happiness.
A couple of years later, he put this to the test when his 21-year-old son Ali died unexpectedly in what should have been a routine operation.
He has now shared the secrets to his formula for being happy – no matter what life throws at you – in his new book Solve For Happy.