Profitable Happiness with Dr. Pele
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Show Notes:

In today’s episode, we talk about: 

  • How Dr. Pele lived in refugee camps during the civil war with people around them dying from starvation. 
  • How in the midst of the crisis his mother sang to him and his siblings to divert their attention from fear and pain. 
  • How happiness is a choice, which can drive away fear and hunger. 
  • Why happiness comes before success and not the other way around.
  • How everything you experience, even the bad things, is an important teaching moment that opens opportunities to offer perspective.
  • Why you cannot have happiness without experiencing the opposite, akin to darkness versus light. 


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