Dec 9, 2019
How did you spend your last $20?
Did it make you happy?
You might be interested to know that science shows money really can buy happiness.
And it’s not about amassing greater wealth.
Dr. Michael Norton, a member of Harvard University’s Behavioral Insights Group, says money can bring us increased happiness if we shift our focus from earning more to spending differently.
His research shows we find happiness when we spend money on others.
He and co-author Elizabeth Dunn wrote “Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending” with five principles to spend differently that lead to happier people.
In this episode, Dr. Norton shares those principles and how we can apply them in our own lives.
Find show notes for this episode and more at caringmagazine.org/podcast.