Express News Service
RANCHI: It is a startup with a single goal: to create a tribe of happy people who live happy lives. Aptly named, The Happy Tribe was created by entrepreneurial and motivational speaker Santosh Sharma from Jamshedpur last year. It claims to have benefited more than 1,000 professionals and students so far.
According to Sharma, they like to ‘make or cook happiness’. With the basic goal of increasing the happiness quotient among people, Happy Tribe’s ‘toolkit’ has natural and scientific tools – mental, emotional, biological and psychological in nature.
“You must have heard of the UN Happiness Index, where India ranks 139 out of 149 countries surveyed. We wanted to increase the happiness index, both in India and globally. We are an organization both B2B (business to business) and B2C (business to consumer), increasing the happiness quotient individually and in organizations, with multiple benefits, where our goal is to increase smiles per person ”, said Sharma. He said he had trained more than 150 CEOs, 1,000 professionals and 150 entrepreneurs to live happy lives.
“There are certain variables that give us happiness. If these variables are used in the right proportion and order, then we can manufacture happiness, ”said Sharma, author of two best-sellers, Next What’s In and Dissolve the Box.
According to him, 80 percent of problems are self-created because people do not process or respond to situations in the right way.
Unfortunately, schools, universities, the education system, or training and development organizations are not helping people manufacture happiness because they are focused on making money.
To make her dreams come true, Sharma adopted five villages in Dalma in Jamshedpur and started an organic farm, where she is establishing a center of happiness.
Those who can pay are charged and that money is used for those who cannot pay.
“He taught us to analyze the situation properly before responding to it,” said Ashutosh, senior manager at Tata Steel.
Prihsa Pranjal, a student from class 11, said that there are many who motivate people, but Sharma told them how to implement those things in their lives.
"खाना विशेषज्ञ। जोम्बी प्रेमी। अति कफी अधिवक्ता। बियर ट्रेलब्लाजर। अप्रिय यात्रा फ्यान।"