Based on a highly acclaimed public television series, this book takes the reader on a heartwarming and profound journey to find lasting happiness.
John Izzo interviewed over 200 people, ages 60-106, each of whom was identified by others as “the one person they knew who had found happiness and meaning.” From town barbers to Holocaust survivors, from aboriginal chiefs to CEOs, these people had over 18,000 years of life experience among them.
He asked them questions like, What brought you the greatest joy? What do you wish you had learned sooner? What ultimately mattered and what didn’t?
These are their stories, between the pages of this not-to-be-missed book.
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