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Last 50 tweets from @arthurbrooks
Make the Most of it says the M in my ATM
Failure in life is inevitable. In this week’s “How to Build a Life” @TheAtlantic, I show you how to make the most of it:…
How to Succeed at Failure
In reply to @arthurbrooks
Replying to @ALTechTeach
Very nice! Dayton is a good place.
Does Sports Make People Happier, or Do Happy People More Sports?
Journal of Sports Economics (2021) by Frey & Gullo

The causal impact of engaging in sports on happiness is about four times higher than the effect of happiness on engaging in sports. @arthurbrooks
Replying to @chrisanagno
Excellent--I will be writing about this in April. Thank you Christos!
I've read @DanielPink's new book REGRET and I promise you that you will not regret doing so as well. Really changed my thinking. Strongly recommended pre-order.
I'm with @goodreads ! Check out members' list of their Most Anticipated Books of 2022:
In reply to @arthurbrooks
Welcome to Utah, @arthurbrooks. I hope you enjoy your time here.
Salt Lake City, 2:19pm
What a privilege being with you!
Spent the morning with @arthurbrooks at the @KemGardnerInst discussing happiness and leadership. It was a very insightful conversation with so many great takeaways. #utpol
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
“We are facing a mental health crisis, a wave of depression and anxiety like we’ve never seen before, because of the way that we are not returning back to normal,” @arthurbrooks says.
I learned a lot from this episode. Actually, I *always* learn a lot from @PeterAttiaMD
What questions do you have after listening to this week’s COVID-19 podcast with @MartyMakary and @ZDoggMD? I’m trying to decide if there are enough questions to warrant a follow-up episode.
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
Taking your own advice can be much harder than giving it out to others. But if you want to get happier, you need to listen to yourself, @arthurbrooks writes in this week’s “How to Build a Life”:
Listen to Your Own Advice
If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you...

This is from Kipling's famous poem "If." It turns out there was a big twist behind this poem. Read about it @TheAtlantic:…
Leaders, friends, and parents are always dispensing good advice. But they often fail to take it themselves. Read and share this week’s “How to Build a Life” @TheAtlantic:…
Listen to Your Own Advice
We often give advice, but we often fail to take that very same advice from ourselves. Here's how to do it--and get happier, in this week’s “How to Build a Life” @TheAtlantic :…
Listen to Your Own Advice
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
Among the many esteemed guests at this year's Global Alumni Reunion was Harvard Prof. @arthurbrooks, who shared with the audience the keys to living a contented and fulfilling life. He spoke with us after his session.

Watch the interview:
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
Today's #SquawkPod: Voters are unhappy with President Biden's handling of the economy and the Covid pandemic. @arthurbrooks breaks down why Americans are feeling disappointed with the U.S. economy despite strong employment and economic metrics.

Self-expression is a driver of happiness; the more our work allows us to self-express, for example, the happier we tend to be. #HTBAL #ArthurCBrooks @ Boston, Massachusetts…
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
"Our workplaces and our schools these are not just economic arrangements these are social arrangements ... we've taken away the entire social context. People are lonely. We're facing a mental health crisis a wave of depression and anxiety," @arthurbrooks on Great Resignation.
Look what just came in the mail! My ⁦@WordOnFire⁩ Bible volume 2. Acts, Letters, and Revelation. Thank you ⁦@BishopBarron⁩!
My neighbors created a decent physical metaphor for how you feel before and after the holidays
Mindfulness starts simply with noticing details.
Caminante, son tus huellas
el camino y nada más;
Caminante, no hay camino,
se hace camino al andar.
Al andar se hace el camino,
y al volver la vista atrás
se ve la senda que nunca
se ha de volver a pisar.
Caminante, no hay camino
sino estelas en la mar
-Antonio Machado, 1912
Dan, congratulations to you and my great admiration for treating your life like a startup. This is an example of what our countries need more of today.
In reply to @arthurbrooks
@arthurbrooks hi Arthur, I just wanted to thank you for inspiring me to make the decision to study for a degree online at the age of 28. After hearing that you graduated from correspondence college at 30, it’s made me realise that it isn’t too late 1/2
Igualment! Junts podem fer un any fantàstic, ple d’amor, llibertat, i oportunitat
In reply to @arthurbrooks
Bon any per tots !!
Happy New Year from my family to yours. Blessings and cheers to 2022! #ArthurCBrooks #FromStrengthToStrength…
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
In reply to @TheAtlantic
3/3 Listen to the full series with @arthurbrooks and subscribe to “How to Build a Happy Life” on your favorite podcast player or YouTube:…
In reply to @arthurbrooks
I’ve lived in Florida all my life, and this is the first I’ve heard of Gasparilla Island.
Gasparilla Island, FL 7:21am
I am so grateful to have the opportunity to share the science and philosophy of happiness each week @TheAtlantic. Fifty-two new lessons coming your way in 2022!
1/ How can we work toward satisfaction and enjoyment even in uncertain times? That’s a question @arthurbrooks has tackled in each installment of his weekly series, “How to Build a Life.”

We’ve rounded up some of the most-read columns from 2021:…
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
If you give something away, the thanks or praise you get in return might give you a quick hit of pleasure. But you’ll find deeper, lasting happiness from a good deed that no one knows you did, @arthurbrooks writes for this week's "How to Build a Life":
Give Your Money. Give Your Time. Dont Tell Anyone.
Arthur Brooks Retweeted ·  
If you give something away, the thanks or praise you get in return might give you a quick hit of pleasure. But you’ll find deeper, lasting happiness from a good deed that no one knows you did, @arthurbrooks writes for this week's "How to Build a Life":
Give Your Money. Give Your Time. Dont Tell Anyone.
Lots of charities are asking you for support at the end of the year. Here’s your guide to giving in the happiest way @TheAtlantic :…
Give Your Money. Give Your Time. Dont Tell Anyone.
In reply to @arthurbrooks
Haha vas anar més còmode, i m’atreveixo a dir que igual de ràpid 😂 quin sol a la meva estimada Florida!
Replying to @joanmariapique
Es culpa teva que ara estic enganxat, germà
If you read Spanish, @quintanapaz is very worth following // Si lees español, vale la pena seguir a @quintanapaz.
Esta cuenta acaba de superar los 60.000 seguidores. Vaya regalo de Navidad. Si fuésemos un municipio, ya seríamos más gente que en Ávila o Mérida. Pero sobre todo sois gente paciente que aguanta por aquí mis cosas. Agradecido y emocionado solamente puedo decir: gracias por venir.
Replying to @joanmariapique
Per a mi va ser com anar amb una Harley
Quick errand, Boca Grande FL, 1:35pm
⁦cc @joanmariapique
Life is a pilgrimage. Are you walking toward your desired destination?
Our world is so full of beauty.
Boca Grande, FL 5:44pm
In reply to @arthurbrooks
Do your kids know how cool you are?
Replying to @encouragemen
I took a poll. 100% said yes, they know: “Not cool.”
Blessings from my family to yours.
You can't actually stuff a stocking with a kindle book, but you can buy a last-minute gift for a college-bound student…
Last minute gift idea: Unlimited access to "How to Build a Life" (and everything else) @TheAtlantic:
Grazie mille! @SBemporad
Sto leggendo un pezzo di @tpi di inizio mese, meraviglioso, di @arthurbrooks. “L’auto-oggettificazione [sul lavoro] ci conduce a una vita in cui si raggiungono risultati senza provare gioia, si mancano invece altri traguardi. Per essere felici dobbiamo spezzare queste catene”.
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