Free workshop focuses on science of happiness
Last updated 11/23/2021 at Noon
Sisters company Happy Brain Science and Sisters nonprofit Citizens4Community (C4C) are partnering to help spread the science of happiness around Sisters Country.
Solid science can guide us to choices that will make us happier and boost our well-being. Studies show that happier people are more productive, creative, insightful, engaged, sociable, and resilient. As if that weren’t enough, they are healthier and live longer, too.
Because these benefits are extremely valuable at work, organizations including DreamWorks, Google, Nike, Intel, HP, Activision, Kaiser-Permanente, The National Park Service, Boeing, NOAA, and NBC have repeatedly hired Happy Brain Science to teach the science of happiness at work. Now this same material is being offered to anyone living in Sisters Country for free.
The session will be Tuesday, November 30, from 10 to 11:30 a.m., over Zoom video conferencing. To register and get the Zoom link, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HappySisters.
The session will cover how we can each choose more happiness in our lives, with themes called “Subdue Stress,” “Practice Positivity,” and “Revitalize Relationships.”
Research suggests that, for most of us, the most important factor in our happiness is the quality of our relationships. So, after moving to Sisters in February of 2021, founder and Chief Happiness Officer of Happy Brain Science Scott Crabtree immediately started seeking to build relationships with members of the Sisters community.
“I knew that relationships were key to happiness, so as soon as I moved to Sisters, I wanted to help nonprofits, in part so I could form new relationships,” said Crabtree. “The core of what C4C does is build community, so it didn’t take long for me to meet Linda Cline and volunteer to help C4C do just that. I’m so excited to offer this workshop in partnership with C4C.”
For more information about Happy Brain Science or contact Scott Crabtree, visit http://www.HappyBrainScience.com.
For more information about C4C, visit http://www.citizens4community.org or contact Linda Cline at [email protected]