What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not alone. In this TED talk, I compare these common notions to scientific data on the good life gathered from a 75-year-long study of adult deveopment. I share three important lessons learned from the study as well as some practical wisdom on how to build a fulfilling life.
Discover the Good Life
Ways to Partcipate in My Work:
Let’s connect and begin a dialogue about the good life. Beyond keeping you up to date on future presentations or interviews tied to my TED talk, I’ll also periodically release a newsletter that explores my favorite topics: findings from the longitudinal study, Zen, and insight-oriented psychotherapy. In tandem, you will be invited to share your thoughts related to these powerful tools for crafting wiser approaches to life.
My blog is where I’ll address current events and explore some of the latest findings on the good life. I’ll also use this platform to answer questions related to Zen meditation and psychotherapy’s role in healing and promoting well-being.