Episode 065: Happiness & Why Moderation is Overrated featuring Dr. Anna Akbari

Dr. Anna Akbari is a sociologist,writer, speaker and innovation consultant. She is a former professor in the department of Media, Culture, and Communication and the Visual Culture MA program at New York University, as well as Parsons The New School for Design. Anna’s area of research focuses on visual and virtual presentation, technology and human intersects, and happiness and well-being. She is also a very highly regarded guest on Jude Angelini’s “All Out Show” on Shade 45 on Sirius XM radio.

In this episode Anna discusses her book “Startup Your Life: Hustle & Hack Your Way to Happiness” as well as karaoke, the return of the flip phone as well as the following topics:

Book: Startup Your Life: Hustle & Hack Your Way to Happiness

Anna’s website: annaakbari.com

Anna Akbari on Instagram: @annaakbari 

Anna Akbari on Twitter: @annaakbari

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Tweets in Review

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This week “Tweets in Review” highlights tweets (aka knowledge bombs) from Kevin Carr on “keeping the window open”, Movement as Medicine on why to “tone down” instead of “cool down”, a book from yours truly on soccer scholarships & Colaiste Ide in Dublin, Adam Bornstein on the importance of sleep and weight loss and another piece of advice from Tim Grover.

1. Kevin Carr  – “Keeping the Window Open”.

2. Movement As Medicine

3. Earn & Keep a Soccer Scholarship to the USA

4. Adam Bornstein – Sleep & Weight Loss

5. Wise Words from Tim Grover

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