How Michael Lewis Finds the Funny from The Science of Happiness

From The Science of Happiness - How can you unearth humor in everyday life? Best-selling author Michael Lewis goes looking for laughs.
How Michael Lewis Finds the Funny
2019-07-18 03:00:00
How can you unearth humor in everyday life? Best-selling author Michael Lewis goes looking for laughs.

14 minutes, 6 seconds

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