Welcome to the Hacking Happiness social change events page. Part of the goal of Hacking Happiness is to bring like-minded people together to bust what it means to be successful down to size and explore the art of true contentment. We’re bringing people together to talk about happiness, why it doesn’t measure up currently, and to reclaim it for ourselves. If this sounds like fun, pop along!
Check out the meetup page and stay tuned for all kinds of educational meetups, fun stuff and exploratory discussions in Sydney, Wollongong and online. These social change events are designed to get you thinking, acting and connecting with others of the same ilk.
Our hacking happiness events cater to all kinds of people across all kinds of demographics.
We dig social responsibility, business, B corporations, making a positive change on a community level, creativity, passion and deep thinking. We challenge the idea of gender roles, “it’s just the way it is” thinking, happiness glorification, and the idea that people have to be in pain or permanently happy to succeed in life.
Through our social change events, we want to help you find your own version of what it means to be happy without having to part with insanely large amounts of money, grade up some invented scale, or sacrifice the wonderfully imperfect person you are.
Is your boat floated now? Check our hacking happiness social change events on Meetup and register for a little special time with us now.
Tags: events, happiness glorification, motivation, social change, workshops
Brook was an outspoken atheist at her Catholic school who became fascinated with religion, faith and persuasion. She completed a Bachelors majoring in Comparative Religious Studies at Sydney University, where she accidentally joined a cult. Brook ended up teaching kirtan meditation on behalf of the cult and was astonished to find herself being asked by people three times her age for existential advice. Clearly unqualified, she ran away to India to find her Guru (as you do). Some seven months later, disenchanted and broken, she returned home to lick her wounds and try again as a tour leader in south-east Asia.
In between adventures and misadventures, Brook worked in public relations, specialising in internal communications, and as a yoga teacher. Since 2008, she's been self-employed as a digital marketing consultant and writer, and then a trainer and business coach.
Brook's flagship program, Hustle & Heart, helps passionate business owners become more business and marketing savvy without compromising their values or integrity. Brook is somewhat obsessed with the intersection of passion, enterprise and social change. She still doesn’t know what she wants to be when she grows up. She’s trying very hard to be an atheist (again).
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