Jan. 5, 2021

Oliver Burkeman | A Contrarian Approach to Setting Your Goals for the New Year

Oliver Burkeman | A Contrarian Approach to Setting Your Goals for the New Year

Oliver Burkeman challenges our age-old pursuit of happiness with a surprising way of thinking about life. Is it our very pursuit that brings us misery? Perhaps setting the best goals for the new year requires a contrarian approach.


Visit Oliver Burke...


Oliver Burkeman challenges our age-old pursuit of happiness with a surprising way of thinking about life. Is it our very pursuit that brings us misery? Perhaps setting the best goals for the new year requires a contrarian approach.

 

Visit Oliver Burkeman's website | https://www.oliverburkeman.com

 

Follow Oliver on Twitter | https://twitter.com/oliverburkeman

 

Courses

Unmistakable Creative Prime

Discover a Proven Process for How Jerry Seinfeld, Elizabeth Gilbert, Lin Manuel Miranda and Iconic Creators Throughout History Come up With Ideas and Turn them into Reality

Attention Mastery

Eliminate Distractions, Focus on What Matters, and Thrive in the New Economy

 


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Unmistakable Collective

The Unmistakable Collective is a monthly membership for writers, bloggers, podcasters, and content creators. It's your one-stop shop for creativity. You'll have access to workshops, AMA's, and accountability from other like-minded peers to help you accomplish any creative goals! It doesn't matter what type or style - we've got something in store, whether it be blogging as a hobbyist, starting up a business with no experience under YOUR belt (or skin), or launching a podcast.

Click Here to Become a Member

Oliver Burkeman Profile Photo

Oliver Burkeman

Oliver Burkeman is a feature writer for The Guardian newspaper. He is a winner of the Foreign Press Association's Young Journalist of the Year award, and has been shortlisted for the Orwell Prize. He writes a popular weekly column on psychology, This Column Will Change Your Life, and has reported from London, Washington and New York.