A History of Happiness: lessons from the past for today's living

Gale Gould

South East
Notice Period:
Short (maybe less than one month's notice)
History, Professional, WI, U3A, Probus, etc
9th October 2019
Happiness | Motivation | Teambuilding | Health And Well-Being

This illustrated talk examines happiness in history and explores the techniques and strategies that were used by people in the past to find joy and contentment in their lives. What lessons can we learn from former times to help us in the present? This talk is ideal for people who want to discover how to be happier individuals, family members, work colleagues, and community participants.

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About Gale Gould

Gale Gould is a final-year Doctoral student at the University of Southampton with an interest in political and environmental history. She is also a practicing New Forest commoner with the Right of Pasturage, meaning she can depasture cattle, ponies and donkeys on the Open Forest. Her speaking credits include the Royal Southern Yacht Club, the New Forest and Hampshire County Show, The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre (Havant), and the Chalke Valley History Festival.

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