Author, The Happiest Man in the World: Life Lessons from a Cultural Economist
We have no way of predicting where or when we might be confronted with the opportunity to rewire our personal priority grid. It is not a one-time purchase from the app store.
Each day we are introduced to new pieces of information that come to us forming a lifelong adventure of filtering, redefining, and choosing. It is our choice to set into motion the best of consequences.
It makes for a great economic principle to let go of what we can never keep in order to lay hold of what we can never lose.
(Research ideas from Dr. Jackson’s new writing project on Cultural Economics)
Dr. James W. Jackson often describes himself as "The Happiest Man in the World." A successful businessman, award-winning author and humanitarian, Jackson is also a renowned Cultural Economist and international consultant, helping organizations and governments to apply sound economic principals to the transformation of culture so that everyone is "better off."
As the founder of Project C.U.R.E., Dr. Jackson traveled to more than one hundred fifty countries assessing healthcare facilities, meeting with government leaders and "delivering health and hope" in the form of medical supplies and equipment to the world's most needy people. Literally thousands of people are alive today as a direct result of the tireless efforts of Project C.U.R.E.'s staff, volunteers and Dr. Jackson.