The Two Most Important Days: How to Find Your Purpose – and Live a Happier, Healthier Life by Sanjiv Chopra (Author),‎ Gina Vild (Author)



What are the two most important days in your life? “The day you are born and the day you find out why,” Mark Twain famously wrote.

The search for happiness is hardwired in our DNA. It transcends age, gender, geography, vocation, and personal circumstances. But how do you achieve it?

Through inspirational storytelling, scientific evidence, practical advice, captivating exercises, and poetry, Dr. Sanjiv Chopra and Gina Vild present a powerful message that shows you how to achieve happiness no matter the challenges and stumbling blocks you face along the way. They also reveal the best way to be happy: Discover and live your life’s purpose. It’s a sure path to human flourishing. In fact, you may be surprised to learn that living with purpose can even add years to your life.

Do you know your life’s purpose? This book offers a path to discovering it by illuminating the value of gratitude, forgiveness, meditation, music, friendship and so much more. It will set you on the right path and spark sustained happiness, joy and bliss.

DR. SANJIV CHOPRA is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is also a bestselling author and sought after motivational speaker. He lives in Boston.

GINA VILD is the associate dean and chief communications officer for the Office of Communications and External Relations at Harvard Medical School. She lives in Boston.

ALOHA: Dr. Sanjiv Chopra on Happiness

Happiness is a fickle thing. Sometimes it sneaks up out of nowhere and other times you spend days tracking it down. But finding happiness is not totally out of your control. Dr. Sanjiv Chopra, professor of medicine at Harvard, shares four ways to be happy. Watch the interview below to learn how!

Dr. Sanjiv Chopra on Happiness – Trailer

Dr. Sanjiv Chopra discusses happiness and how to achieve it. Do you know the difference between happiness, joy, and bliss?

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