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Happier Thinking – with Mo Gawdat

Join the amazing Mo Gawdat for a life-changing event to learn how you can beat negative self-talk and retrain your brain.

* Important: this event has a later start at 9pm UK time *

Want to change your inner voice?

The most important conversations are the ones you have with yourself in the secret of your mind. And if we want to fix our inner unhappiness, we need to understand what causes it.

At this special event, bestselling author Mo Gawdat will share his guide to beating negative self-talk and retraining your brain. Inspired by the life of his late son, Ali, he’s developed a model for happiness based on generosity and empathy towards ourselves and others.

Mo’s unique insights can help you transform your inner voice to become more nurturing. Drawing on his knowledge of programming and neuroscience, Mo will explain how our brains behave and what we can do. He’ll share his “user manual” of recommended exercises and ideas to reshape your mental processes and help you create more happiness.

The event will take place on Zoom at 9pm London time .

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About The Speaker

Mo Gawdat is author of various books including the international best-selling Solve for Happy. He was previously Chief Business Officer at Google X. Building on many years of research, Mo developed an algorithm for happiness, which was put to the ultimate test when he tragically lost his son Ali due to a surgical procedure which went wrong. In recent years Mo has been on a personal moonshot mission – to bring happiness to people all around the world via his #onebillionhappy campaign. His most recent books are Scary Smart about the future of AI and That Little Voice In Your Head about how to retrain your brain for greater happiness.

The event will be hosted by Dr Mark Williamson from Action for Happiness.

July 05 2023


Date: 5 July
Time: 21:00 - 22:00
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Action for Happiness
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