Mike Dickson is engaging and endearing as he presents his happiness keynote, which offers his strategy for living a happy and fruitful life. The secret, according to Dickson, is to ask yourself what it really is that you need in life. There is no right or wrong answer about what is "enough" for a person as every person in the world has a different set of needs. He insists that asking yourself this question, however, has the power to transform your life.
To demonstrate that most people in the world already have enough but do not know it, he shares some statistics with the audience. There is over 1 billion people in the world who are hungry and who don't know how they will make it through until the end of the week, while there is also over 1 billion obese people in the world.
Dickson's happiness keynote encourages people to live more simply so that others may simply live, for people to create a world and not acquire it; and to live in a world of you and me, and not you or me.
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