Is Happiness Genetic?
The genetic view of happiness considers the possibility that our emotions are wired into our DNA. Is linking happiness and genetics new or radical? Maybe not. The Aristotelian concept of happiness is a life-long goal, rooted in balance and achievement, not in fleeting moments of elation. What we can achieve in the game of life is arguably determined in large part by the genetic cards we are dealt: our inherent strengths and weaknesses.
For millions of people around the world, climbing the career ladder is top of their priorities list. But it’s not easy. It's not enough to have all the technical knowledge in the world, you also need the organizational skills to fulfill your vision. With GENEius, you'll know your strengths and where you need to focus.
Of course, it’s good to know your weaknesses, but you also have to know your strengths. Here’s something few people realize—everyone is a genius at something. Some people are always prepared and always on time. Others always seem to be working last minute deadlines. The list is endless. With GENEius, you will know yourself better, and have a map on your way to maximizing your potential.
With EXECUTIVE FUNCTION, you’ll gain a better understanding of your own genetic skill set, knowing exactly where your competitive edge and happiness lie.
Is your working memory better than your coworker's? Can you contribute more than the other interviewees? Let’s find out.