San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The first Make it Happy Talks brought to you by Make it Happy and Inspire Yale.
We believe that the first step to happiness is to THINK happy - changing the way we perceive the world can empower us to MAKE the changes that will enrich our lives. At Make it Happy, we have found that when we SHARE the happy with others, the more we find it in ourselves.
Make it Happy Talks are designed to inspire the audience to create a happier world through action. We invite leaders and social innovators to share their stories of how they have harnessed the power of happiness to solve social problems within their own lives and the communities they live in. Join us as we welcome:
Mario Chamorro - the founder of Make it Happy.
Fabian Pfortmüller - the founder of HOLSTEE.
Lionel Ketchian - the founder of the Happiness Club.
Riley Johndonnell - the founder and former creative director of Surface magazine.
Alison Uljee & Sierra Seip - the founders of Design That Moves You.
Location: Linsly Chittenden Hall, Room 102, Yale University.
Date: Saturday, October 19th 2013.
Please RSVP (limited seating available) at: http://makeithappytalkyale.eventbrite.com.
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When & Where
Make it Happy & Inspire Yale
Make it Happy is a New York based social venture which works to generate positive social change by spreading happiness. We envision a world where people from all backgrounds are empowered by happiness to use their unique talents to build a healthier, more innovative, and more peaceful world. Make it Happy develops services and events that help companies, universities, and governments prioritize happiness as institutions and as individuals. We amplify our impact by cultivating a global grassroots movement of happiness ambassadors on campuses and in communities around the world.
Inspire Yale is first chapter of Inspire U an organization that uses creativity and community engagement to create a positive change on campuses, in communities, and around the world. On campus, chapters execute projects and speaker series. Through art workshops, video projects and photographs of interactive projects, each chapter interacts with their school's community and with the community of the city in which their school is located. The compilation of photographs, videos, and essays come together online to create a place were people can come together see how others are working to make their communities even better. To learn more please visit http://inspireu.org.