Book Club

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WOHASU Foundation curates experiences designed to help individuals construct positive mindsets, increase wellbeing, and create a sustainable happiness practice. Together we can build a happier world.

Join the WOHASU Foundation Community each month for a live open discussion about a book that represents one of our six Elements of Wellbeing.

A Holistic Approach to Happiness

Explore the Six Elements of Wellbeing

Mindfulness
Physical
Purpose
Community
Financial
Social
Time and How to Spend It

Purpose

Time and How to Spend It by James Wallman moderated by Elisa Juarez

4.1 (58 ratings by Amazon)
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 AT 6PM ET1 HOUR

This life-enhancing book will show you how to be the hero or heroine of your own story. You’ll learn how to avoid WMDs (weapons of mass distraction), and discover the roads that lead to flow. You’ll get more out of every minute and every day; your weekends will fizz and your holidays will be deeply nourishing. You’ll not only be living the good life, but building a truly great life.

Upcoming Books


Join the WOHASU Community each month for a live open discussion about a book that represents one of our six Elements of Wellbeing. Each book club meeting will have thoughtful questions that will allow you to further reflect and get the most out of each reading. Be sure to register!

Financial

Happiness by Richard Layard moderated by Elisa Juarez

 
4.2 (72 ratings by Amazon)
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4 AT 6PM ET1 HOUR

There is a paradox at the heart of our lives. We all want more money, but as societies become richer, they do not become happier. This is not speculation: It’s the story told by countless pieces of scientific research. We now have sophisticated ways of measuring how happy people are, and all the evidence shows that on average people have grown no happier in the last fifty years, even as average incomes have more than doubled.

Happiness by Richard Layard

Social

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin moderated by Elisa Juarez

 
4.2 (2,221 ratings by Amazon)
THURSDAY, MARCH 4 AT 6PM ET1 HOUR

In this lively and compelling account—now updated with new material by the author—Rubin chronicles her adventures during the twelve months she spent test-driving the wisdom of the ages, current scientific research, and lessons from popular culture about how to be happier. Among other things, she found that novelty and challenge are powerful sources of happiness; that money can help buy happiness, when spent wisely; that outer order contributes to inner calm; and that the very smallest of changes can make the biggest difference.

The Happiness Project

Past Books


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Purpose

The How of Happiness by Sonja Lyubomirsky

4.9 (419 ratings by Amazon)
THURSDAY, AUGUST 6 AT 6PM ET1 HOUR

Based on scientific research and trials, this is a groundbreaking book that offers a practical plan to enable readers to achieve a more positive outlook at home, at work and in their personal life. It will also be of enormous benefit to the hundreds of thousands of people who suffer from depression in the UK as it provides the tools to feel better about life.

The How of Happiness

Physical

The Rabbit Effect by Dr. Kelli Harding moderated by Elisa Juarez

4.9 (41 ratings by Amazon)
THURSDAY, JUNE 4 AT 6PM ET1 HOUR

Discover an eye-opening and provocative new way to look at our health based on the latest groundbreaking discoveries in the science of compassion, kindness, and human connection. At once paradigm-shifting and empowering, The Rabbit Effect shares a radical new way to think about health, wellness, and how we live.

The Rabbit Effect

Mindfulness

10% Happier by Dan Harris moderated by Elisa Juarez

4.5 (3,521 ratings by Amazon)
THURSDAY, MAY 7 AT 6PM ET1 HOUR

After having a nationally televised panic attack, Dan Harris knew he had to make some changes. A lifelong nonbeliever, he found himself on a bizarre adventure involving a disgraced pastor, a mysterious self-help guru, and a gaggle of brain scientists. Eventually, Harris realized that the source of his problems was the very thing he always thought was his greatest asset: the incessant, insatiable voice in his head, which had propelled him through the ranks of a hypercompetitive business, but had also led him to make the profoundly stupid decisions that provoked his on-air freak-out.

The Rabbit Effect

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