Friday, May 12, 2006

Variety and Jalapenos, New England and Texas

This was a terrific commentary. The audio should be available shortly. The punchline: variety is the spice of life; however, that's only if you know how to apply it. Use variety for tasks that repeat very quickly... For example, move around your plate as you eat your dinner. However, do not use variety for things that don't repeat often. For example, sing Happy Birthday every year... Don't sing something new every year.

Sharing One Secret to Happiness
All Things Considered, May 12, 2006 - Psychology professor Daniel Gilbert has spent a lot of time thinking about what makes people happy. He shares one of the secrets he has uncovered. Gilbert is the author of the new book Stumbling on Happiness.

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