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In this episode, we chat with Dr. Cassie Holmes, an award-winning teacher, and expert on time and happiness.

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Dr. Holmes is a Professor at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and the author of Happier Hour: How to Beat Distraction, Expand Your Time, and Focus on What Matters Most.

Happier Hour is a book that provides readers with a practical guide on how to think about and spend time living a more joyful and fulfilling life. Dr. Holmes uses this publication to address our society’s problem of being overly distracted, and to expose just how limited time can be…

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Click play to hear Dr. Holmes discuss:

  • What motivated her to explore happiness and the role of time.
  • What “time poverty” is, and the disadvantages of being “time poor”.
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  • How you can create and savor moments of joy.
  • How technology affects our emotions, engagement, and overall attention.

Are you using your time in a way that promotes happiness in your own life?

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Life passes by faster than we realize, and Dr. Holmes offers proactive advice on how you can take advantage of the moment. 

To find out more about Dr. Holmes, visit now!

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