October 12th, 2016
Episode 368 of 509 episodes
It’s time for the next installment of “Happier with Gretchen Rubin.” Remember, if you live near Seattle, please come to our live event! We’ll be recording an episode of the podcast live on stage at Seattle’s Town Hall on October 13, 7:30. Tickets are $25. More info and buy tickets here. Please come, bring your friends. We’re going to sell t-shirts — cash only. Try This at Home: Be the bearer of good news (at least sometimes). Happiness Hack: Cathy suggests that after you return from a vacation, read books set in your vacation location, to keep the vacation vibe going. Better Than Before Habit Strategy: The Strategy of Other People — one of the most powerful strategies. Listener Question: Thalia asks, “I’m an Obliger, but I’m with my parents, I act like a Rebel. What’s going on?” Thalia is experiencing Obliger-rebellion. If you want to know when my new book about the Four Tendencies hits the shelves, sign up here. Gretchen’s Demerit: I narrowly escape giving myself a demerit for vengefully refusing to answer Jamie’s questions. Elizabeth’s Gold Star: Elizabeth gives Adam a gold star for getting into the spirit of Halloween and wearing a costume. Click ... The post Podcast 86: Why It’s Good to Bring Good News, How Other People Affect our Habits, and a Look at Obliger-Rebellion. appeared first on Gretchen Rubin.
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