by Daniel Gilbert,
Daniel Todd Gilbert
The “Stumbling on Happiness” is an enlightening book that explores the nature of happiness and explains the numerous psychological illusions that tend to change our perception of joy. Daniel Gilbert is the author of this best-selling book. Daniel is the Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. He has won several awards for his research and teaching. His research has been covered by The New York Times Magazine, Money, Forbes, CNN, Scientific American, Self, and many others. Daniel Gilbert predicts the brain is a silly thing.
He also says, our brain does not store memories like a hard drive. Its recall process seems completely ineffective. As compared to other animals, our brains are enormous and they take up a deep amount of energy. However, our brains are more effective than any computer on earth. Stumbling on Happiness also includes some key lessons, such as when our experience doesn’t match what our brain expects, we feel surprised.