Dan Ariely: I would ask them to ask the questions of what in life . . . How much happiness are they getting from different aspects of their lives? And is this the right amount of happiness to arrive . . . to achieve from all of those? So in some sense it’s to take stocks of your actions, and your returns in terms of happiness of each of the actions, and see which one of those are misaligned – that we invest too much in and we don’t get enough out of, and focus on the things that actually give us more happiness.