Something just didn't seem right.
Pete’s always had a conviction that life should revolve around something bigger than economics. So he’s always wondered why, so often, our lives seem to do just that. An itinerant childhood gave him an outsider’s perspective, a legal education refined his analytical bent, running a business tested his worldview, and an obsession with positive psychology and well-being science coalesced these influences. The result is the economic philosophy he calls Happitalism.
To learn more about Pete’s business, check out The Workshop Brewing Company.
Seeking a deeper understanding.
Joe has always loved adventure, whether traveling to Nepal, trekking through Peru, or raising two daughters with whom he wants to share deeper life experiences. Joe pushes back on all-encompassing theories. He’s a skeptical Happitalist- questioning the model, working to form his own opinion, but open to science, life, and Pete's brainwashing. Really, Joe wants what you want: to be happy in a complex world.
Learn more about Joe at Practice of the Practice