I owe a special thanks to John Werner and the TEDxBeaconStreet team for helping me spread the findings of the good life study. More specifically, I would like to thank the leadership, the talent behind the video and audio editing, the men and women involved in the stage and lighting for the event, the 200+ volunteers, the sponsors who funded the event, and the speaker prep team.
And to the TED.com (who John Werner and team channeled my talk to): Thank you for truly adding energy to spreading an idea. I’m grateful to Chris Anderson and the wider TED organization and community. Your encouragement and support is wind in the sails of good life research. Thank you.