Coursera - A Life of Happiness and Fulfillment

Coursera - A Life of Happiness and Fulfillment
Coursera - A Life of Happiness and Fulfillment
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Genre: eLearning Video / Positive Psychology, Mindset, Achievement, Business
This course, based on the award-winning class offered both at the Indian School of Business and at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, developed by Prof. Raj Raghunathan (aka "Dr. Happy-smarts") draws content from a variety of fields, including psychology, neuroscience, and behavioral decision theory to offer a tested and practical recipe for leading a life of happiness and fulfillment.


Week 1
Module 1: Course intro and happiness measurement

Module 2: The 1st sin, habit, and exercise

Introduction to the course
How a business-school professor got to teach happiness!
Happiness measurement
Overview of course content
The 1st deadly happiness sin: devaluing happiness
The 1st habit of the highly happy: Prioritizing-but not pursuing-happiness
The 1st happiness exercise: Defining and incorporating happiness
Summary of Week 1
Assignment: The 1st Happiness Exercise: Defining and incorporating happiness
Week 2
Module 3: The 2nd sin, habit, and exercise

The 2nd deadly happiness sin: Chasing superiority
The 2nd habit of the highly happy: Pursuing flow
Strategies for mitigating the need for superiority
The 2nd happiness exercise: Expressing gratitude
Summary of Week 2
Quiz: Self-grading for assignment #2 (The 2nd happiness exercise-expressing gratitude)
Quiz: Quiz 1
Week 3
Module 4: The 3rd sin, habit and exercise

The 3rd deadly happiness sin: The need to be loved-or its opposite: The need to go it alone
The 3rd habit of the highly happy: The need to love (and give)
The 3rd happiness exercise: Creative altruism
Summary of Week 3
(Optional) Interview with Nipun Mehta (this video won't count for course grade)
The 2nd (mid-course) happiness measurement
Assignment: The 3rd Happiness Exercise: Creative Altruism
Week 4
Module 5: The 4th sin, habit and exercise

The 4th Deadly Happiness Sin: Being Overly Controlling
The 4th Habit of the Highly Happy: Taking Personal Responsibility For Your Happiness
The 4th Happiness Exercise: Leading A Healthy Lifestyle
Summary of Week 4
Quiz: Self-grading for assignment #4 (The 4th happiness exercise: leading a healthy lifestyle)
Quiz: Quiz 2
Week 5
Module 6: The 5th sin, habit and exercise

Module 7: The 6th sin, habit, and exercise

The 5th deadly happiness sin: Distrusting others
The 5th habit of the highly happy and the 5th happiness exercise: Exercising "smart trust" and Forgiveness
The 6th deadly happiness sin: Distrusting life
The 6th habit: The dispassionate pursuit of passion
The 6th exercise: Three good things (with a twist)
Summary of Week 5
Assignment: The 6th Happiness Exercise: 3 good things (with a twist!)
Week 6
Module 8: The 7th sin, habit, and exercise

Module 9: Summary and concluding Remarks

Lesson: The 7th deadly happiness sin: Ignoring the course within
Lesson: The 7th habit of the highly happy: Mindfulness
Lesson: The 7th happiness exercise: Presence practice
Lesson: Summary of the module
Lesson: Summary of the course
Lesson: The road ahead
Lesson: Six week virtual mindfulness camp
Lesson: Goodbye (for now)
Quiz: Self-grading for assignment #7: Presence practice
Quiz: Self-grading: Watching course video lectures
Quiz: Final exam (Part 1)
Assignment: Final Exam (Part 2)
How to Pass the Course
Pass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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