We believe that there are three conditions in travel if fulfilled will bring about greater sense of happiness and wellbeing. Through that experience, we are more likely to search within ourselves for new perspectives of happiness and wellbeing.
The experience of a greater sense of happiness and wellbeing facilitates a deeper search within ourselves – our ego and our purpose. Hence, encouraging us to make the appropriate choices.
We introduce happiness and wellbeing ideas through games.
The Mindset Board Game is our first product. It helps players discover the difference between Growth and Fixed mindsets. A Growth mindset believes that our abilities can be improved. A Fixed mindset believes that our abilities are fixed.
Instead of telling players the differences in these two mindsets, we let players play the Mindset Board Game. At the end of the game session, players discover themselves the differences between the two mindsets. This sticks with them a lot more.
We create games such that learning about happiness and wellbeing ideas can be fun. And the ideas can stick with people longer.
This is a platform that gives people the space to search within themselves.
They can do this through listening to others or learning new ideas. Screwed Up Moments and My Story of Depression provide opportunities for participants to listen to the stories of others.
There are two common messages that weave across this experience:
Happiness 101 is an experience for participants to learn new ideas about Happiness and Wellbeing.
Through listening to others and learning about new ideas, participants can develop new perspectives on what happiness and wellbeing means to them.
Film is an engaging and thought-provoking medium. Through films, audiences can challenge their perspectives as to what happiness and wellbeing mean to them.
We are organising the world’s first Happiness Film Festival in Singapore from 20th to 24th March 2019. The opening night on 20th March will coincide with the UN International Day of Happiness.
With new perspectives gained, it opens up more choices for people to make to improve their happiness and wellbeing.