Best-selling author and TedTalks star shares the secrets of positive psychology in a program based on his book, The Happiness Advantage
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His Area of Expertise: the place where happiness and success connect, which is what led to…
“The Happy Secret to Better Work”: Achor’s hugely popular TedTalk on how happiness inspires productivity, which racked up more than 11 million views, led to a popular PBS lecture, and earned him an interview with Oprah
His Background: 12 years at a little place called Harvard, where he graduated magna cum laude and garnered more than a dozen teaching awards. He also earned a Masters from Harvard Divinity School in Christian and Buddhist ethics.
His Positive Companies: He’s the founder of GoodThink and The Institute for Applied Positive Research, which recently celebrated yet another year without a single grumble or sigh.
NYT Bestsellers Packed Full of Smiles: 2010’s breakthrough The Happiness Advantage and 2013’s Before Happiness
The Program: In this special presentation, expect Shawn to share the formula for linking positivity to performance as he expands upon the pros of optimism and their practical applications.
Choice Shawn Achor Quotes: “Happiness is not the belief that we don’t need to change; it’s the realization that we can.”; “If we study what is merely average, we will remain merely average.”