Mind-Hacking Happiness with Sean Webb

Feb 05, 2020

You’ve heard me say it a million times. Your mind can be your most valuable asset or your biggest liability.  

This week, we’re diving into the fundamental mechanisms that set us up to go in either of those directions with one of the world’s leading experts on mind-hacking.  

This week, we’re talking to Sean Webbauthor of the book “Mind-Hacking Happiness” and an expert in the tools and techniques that teach us how to create our best life experience by building the psychological strength we need to move through life.  

Over the last 20 years, Sean has become one of the world’s leading experts in how the human mind works, particularly in the area of human emotions. His work is used by universities, companies, and the Navy SEALS to teach emotional intelligence, and his discoveries have proved so effective, that his work is currently being turned into programs to address addiction management and the mitigation of PTSD after early amazing successes within those applications. 

In this episode, we talk about: 

  • The 2 different types of happiness and the role they both play in our overall life experience.  
  • The adaptive role that our sense of self plays in our life. 
  • What meta-awareness is & how you can use it to help you hack your mind and notice when it’s working in your favor and when it’s not. 
  • What the equation of emotion is and how it impacts our emotional state from moment to moment and situation to situation. 

 You won’t want to miss Sean’s actionable tips at the end of this episode. They. Will. Change. Your. Life. 

 I’ll warn you, this episode goes a bit off the rails. I can’t tell you how thrilling it is to speak with someone whose mission is so aligned with ours at Peak Mind, and we’re thrilled to partner with Sean Webb for this episode. 

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