Years of traveling and volunteering has enabled him to find delightful things in even the unlikeliest of circumstances, and he shares how to exercise that very art of guilty pleasures: finding your moments of serendipity.

When said in tough times, it’s probably difficult to believe when someone simply says that your happiness is coming just around the corner. Try hearing it from someone like Fred Gaghauna, and see if you’ll change your mind. Years of traveling and volunteering has enabled him to find delightful things in even the unlikeliest of circumstances, and he shares how to exercise that very art of guilty pleasures: finding your moments of serendipity.

About the speaker

Frederick, born and raised in Java, grown up everywhere from Aceh to Papua. He used to be an official government for 12 years in Palu and Bandung., then decided to change his career as social worker, after he was sent to Aceh for the earthquake and tsunami emergency response team. He was an overseas volunteer for 3 years and right now he is working in a global social enterprise, called Seefar Services in Jakarta.

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