Posted on 03 January 2009
This is a last-minute announcement of the upcoming positive psychology conference held Claremont Graduate University on January 24, 2009, 8:45-18:45 (GMT-8 Pacific Time).
Sign up now for web participation or to be wait-listed for in-person attendance.
The purpose of this symposium is a gathering of major researchers in the field of positive psychology, to discuss how the science of positive psychology can be applied for the improvement of society. For those of you who are interested in positive psychology and would like to hear what this conference can teach you, then I invite everyone to attend via web. In-person attendance is sold out, and I personally think the “webinar” registration is better than to be wait-listed. However, you will have to books your ticket(s) immediately as sales will close very soon. If you are unable to be in California, like me and Hans, then you can also sign up for web participation, which is only $25 plus a $0.99 registration fee. Read the full story
Posted on 06 December 2008
TED is a yearly conference where great thinkers and doers share through inspirational presentations their thoughts, experience, and knowledge. The central philosophy is summed up by their slogan: Ideas worth spreading. It is a real treat to have free access to over 340 presentations and I would urge everyone to take advantage of this invaluable resource, it is something worthy of each of our time. Read the full story