Four Reasons to Cultivate Zest in Life
For 10 years, video game designer Matt Harding has been traveling the world and dancing in front of a camera. From South Africa to North Korea, he finds strangers to teach him new routines, then records himself while he busts a move.
Harding clearly has what positive psychology researchers call “zest,” which means approaching life enthusiastically, as an adventure. If dancing in 71 countries isn’t an adventure, I don’t know what is.