Experiencing flow happiness is your right. While most everyone experiences fleeting moments of happiness, many people struggle to truly sustain that feeling, exhausting themselves by chasing moments of pleasure to try and recapture that transcendent feeling. Others find themselves plagued by dark thoughts and inescapable memories of dreadful experiences, even though their lives in the present are good.
In Sustaining Happiness, John Tukums, founder of DeepSubconscious.ai Inc. and the World Happiness Foundation, explores exactly where we traditionally have gone wrong based on rote traditions passed along from generation to generation in our quest for happiness. Sharing his own struggles to overcome challenges to self-identify and resolve deeper buried thoughts, John concludes that the more our workplace culture emphasizes productivity, performance, and achievement without prioritizing happiness, the more we will all struggle to find meaningful happiness. During his journey to find lasting happiness, he has found peace and joy that pervade his mind, and have brought balance and relief back into his body, to ultimately sustain new levels of high performance. John outlines how our cultural narratives about mental suffering and fleeting happiness have set us up for failure, and provides intensely practical instructions for rapidly experiencing flow happiness through Titan Happiness.
Following an invitation from Her Excellency Ohood Al Roumi, Minister of State for Happiness and Wellbeing in the U.A.E., Tukums was a participant of the Global Dialogue for Happiness World Government Summit this past February in Dubai.
In response to the book hitting Number One, Tukums stated,
“It is a tremendous honor to reach bestseller status and I want to express a great “Thank You!” for everyone’s continued support. Flow happiness is something that everyone can experience and you don’t even have to be happy to start with. You no longer have to be held hostage by the deeper thoughts that have been buried that weigh you down.”
Tukums’ own founded organizations DeepSubconscious.ai and World Happiness Foundation, and some key global event participants were featured in an article on Forbes.com
Along with recent increasing popular interest in finding practical ways to rapidly create and sustain deep feelings of happiness while balancing work life culture, Sustaining Happiness subject matter is a hot topic and a must read for employees, and anyone in management or leadership positions.
“We have if we’re lucky about 30,000 days to play the game of life. How we play it will be determined by what we value.”
states Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama told Refinery29 in an article that she “gives herself permission to be happy” both physically and mentally, via her “diet, physical activity, and emotional state.” She explained,
“When I’m happier and healthier, my family is happier and healthier, and it affects how I interact with my friends and the people I work with. So I’ve freed myself to say, yes, I can make choices that make me happy, and that will ripple out and be good for the people I love as well.”
Consequences of increasing workplace and employee happiness are deep impacting the bottom line and long-lasting for everyone involved including: improved job performance, reduced absence from work, and reduced employee turnover.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John Tukums is the Founder and CEO of DeepSubconscious.ai Inc., the Founder of World Happiness Foundation, and a Fellow Founder of World Happiness Summit. Before becoming an International Amazon #1 Bestselling Author, he also appeared in Forbes and Thrive Global.
Tukums is a graduate of McMaster University in the Business Administration program, and is a member of the United Nations Association.
John is a contributor of Thrive Global, and is a frequent speaker on the topics of flow happiness, well-being, positive psychology, and positive physiology.
Sustaining Happiness in now available on Amazon.com in print and eBook format. To learn more about, John Tukums and his book Sustaining Happiness: Building Workplace High Performance Capacity, visit https://sustaininghappiness.com