March 20th is the United Nations International Day of Happiness. On this day we want to encourage you to explore, enrich, and pursue your unique paths to happiness.
The Clubhouse event:
We are honoured to be part of this inclusive, holistic, and heartwarming #HappinessDay Celebration: A Million Dreams. This 24 hour-long Global togetherness is to celebrate, explore and enrich our happiness, and why it matters. The event is setup by Asha Lalai, Action for Happiness expert from The Netherlands. On this Clubhouse event, MyMachine Co-Founder Piet Grymonprez will focus in his talk on how education done better, is a key driver for happiness. At this event, you will learn more about:
💧 The science of happiness
🙏 The wisdom of happiness
🔆 The process of happiness.
Over 30 experts celebrating happiness and inspiring you to your own happiness: a.o. Karen Guggenheim (US), Michiel De Gooijer (The Netherlands), Cornell Thomas (US), Sujith Ravindran (Italy), Mamadou Kwidjim Toure (UAE) and Krishna Raj (India).
Join us and sign up in the link below to get notified of the schedule. 24 hours of happiness that will change your world: bit.ly/happinessday2021
About the International Day of Happiness:
The General Assembly of the United Nations in itsof 12 July 2012 proclaimed 20 March the International Day of Happiness, recognizing the relevance of happiness and well-being as universal goals and aspirations in the lives of human beings around the world and the importance of their recognition in public policy objectives. It also recognized the need for a more inclusive, equitable and balanced approach to economic growth that promotes sustainable development, poverty eradication, happiness and the well-being of all peoples.
The resolution was initiated by Bhutan, a country which recognized the value of national happiness over national income since the early 1970s and famously adopted the goal of Gross National Happiness over Gross National Product. It also hosted a High Level Meeting on “Happiness and Well-Being: Defining a New Economic Paradigm” during the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly.