Plenty of research on happiness suggests it arises when we are generous, grateful and connected with our people. But another lesser-known pathway toward happiness is learning, growing and challenging ourselves in new ways.
This is related to the idea of thriving which—like happiness—has also seen tremendous research efforts, especially in relationship to elite athletes and child development. And these can be translated to our work and our lives. Thriving tends to occur when we experience success, but also when we are continually developing our skills and capabilities.
Why is learning so important to happiness and thriving? What is it about learning that makes it a key ingredient
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