The F***ing Friendly movement: Lars AP at TEDxCopenhagen 2012





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Published on Oct 4, 2012

In 2010 Lars AP wrote the book F***ing Flink ('Flink' is Danish for friendly). Since then, he has rallied together a constantly growing posse of friendly people, leading F***ing Flink forward to become a national movement hell-bent on nudging Danes to become friendlier -- at home, at work, or at the busstop.

As the movement continues to assert its social acupuncture, Lars AP's goal is clear: That Danes -- the world's happiest people -- one day also become the world's friendliest.


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