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LIVE BETTER. BE HAPPIER.

Blending cutting-edge research in behavioral science and neuroscience with philosophy and wisdom traditions, Dr. Arthur Brooks teaches people from all walks of life how to live a better, happier life.

Learn how to get happier with Arthur’s new book, Build the Life You Want.

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The Art and Science of Happiness Workshop

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Whether you're looking to begin your happiness journey, or you're hoping to advance it.

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Includes 10 videos with downloadable materials, self-discovery exercises, and bonus reading material.

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Learn science-backed insights that are the real keys to a life of meaning, purpose, and ultimately, happiness.

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In Build the Life You Want, Arthur C. Brooks and Oprah Winfrey invite you to begin a journey toward greater happiness, no matter how challenging your circumstances. Combining their decades of experience studying happiness from every angle, they show you how to improve your life right now – instead of waiting for the outside world to change. This is not another book with unrealistic promises of perfect bliss. It is a research-based work plan that meets you wherever you are and shows you how to make greater happiness a choice.

Arthur Brooks is a Harvard professor, PhD social scientist, #1 bestselling author, and columnist at The Atlantic who specializes in using the highest levels of science and philosophy to provide people with actionable strategies to live their best lives. Arthur provides happiness training and professional development to businesses, academia, government, and faith communities based on cutting-edge research in social science and neuroscience, as well as philosophy and wisdom traditions.

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TRAINING

Whether you're looking to begin your happiness journey, or you're hoping to advance it, the The Art and Science of Happiness video workshop will provide you with information and resources.

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SPEAKING

As a speaker, Arthur engages his audience with bold, clear, and actionable ideas in a format that is thought-provoking, unconventional, uplifting and most of all, useful.

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EVENTS

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ARTHUR’S BOOKS

Build the Life You Want

You can get happier. And getting there will be the adventure of your lifetime.

In Build the Life You Want, Arthur C. Brooks and Oprah Winfrey invite you to begin a journey toward greater happiness no matter how challenging your circumstances.

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ARTHUR’S BOOKS

From Strength to Strength

Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller!
Change in your life is inevitable, but suffering is not. From Strength to Strength shows you how to accept the gifts of the second half of life with grace, joy, and ever-deepening purpose.

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ARTHUR’S BOOKS

Love Your Enemies

Drawing on ancient wisdom, cutting-edge behavioral science, and examples from history’s greatest leaders, Arthur Brooks shows how we can bridge national divides and make progress as a society, all while becoming happier and more effective people.

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Great advice for cultivating happiness. Arthur is fantastic.

Rich Roll

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How to Build a Life

A weekly column about pointing yourself toward happiness from The Atlantic.

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How to Take—And Give—Criticism Well

Being able to accept a bad review and use it constructively is not just an essential life skill; it will also make you happier.

“Happiness isn't found in some finite checklist of goals that we can diligently complete and then coast. It's how we live our lives in the process. That's why the four pillars of happiness are faith, family, community, and meaningful work. Those are priorities we have to keep investing in.”

Arthur Brooks

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