What makes a good life?

If you find yourself searching for happiness and a deeper sense of meaning in your life, you are not alone. Despite having more in our lives today than previous generations, a higher percentage of us feel less fulfilled and unhappy. Many of us are on a quest to find the right job, the right relationship, the right something to transform our lives.

The following Ted Talk by Emily Esfahani Smith provides insight into what she describes as the four pillars that are key to a more meaningful life.

If you have ever been on that quest to bring more happiness into your life, the following 12 minute video may hold the answer for you.

What makes a good life

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Bonnie St Julien

Bonnie St Julien provides personal development and professional leadership coaching and mentoring, to support individuals who aspire to make a positive and meaningful difference in who they are, in what they do and how they do it. Bonnie is an accredited certified Coach and a certified Professional Behaviours (DISC) and Driving Forces (Motivators) Analyst, with over 25 years of public sector management experience, including as an Executive Director. In addition to her professional experience, Bonnie has overcome a number of personal challenges, providing her the determination and inner strength needed to get though whatever life hands her. Bonnie is also an avid motorcyclist who embraces life and lives it fully! Calling on Bonnie's extensive professional and life experience, individuals who work with Bonnie are transformed through the coaching process by gaining self-awareness and by taking incremental concrete action steps to achieve their desired goal and create meaningful and sustainable results in their lives, their work, their organizations, and their world! If you are looking to transform your life, Bonnie is the coach for you!

One thought on “What makes a good life?

  1. It seems so simple, doesn’t it? And yet the pursuit of happiness is still seen as the goal, by so many. Several life events occurred before I became aware that, in my search, I’d ended up with golden handcuffs and a soul bottom. Today my life has meaning, a rich and colourful tapestry of people, places and things that feed my soul. I have purpose, and I am grateful.

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