The Global Happiness Summit Challenge
Let me preface this by establishing LBW's jurisdiction here: I hereby assert jurisdiction over the "Global Happiness Summit" due to the fact that (a) I saw it on the idealawg blog, and (b) it may be of interest to members of the Happysphere. In the alternative, I assert special jurisdiction under the "pick of the litter" doctrine.
Now then, disgruntled lawyers, I ask you:
Did you know that in less than three weeks, the First Annual Global Happiness Summit will take place? The FAGHS promises to be the "most important and dynamic
summit in the history of the happiness movement, bringing together
hundreds of industry, government and visionary leaders, research
scientists and accomplished students from all over the world." The summit's theme? "Raising the Level of Happiness in the World".
Not sold yet? Check out the the summit's list of speakers, which include Rober Biswas-Diener, who is widely known as the "Indiana Jones of Positive Psychology"; Dr. Aymee Coget (left, with balloons), a founder of the American Happiness Association; and so many more.
Admission is cheap: just $199 for both days. In fact, VIP admission is just $299 for both days, which entitles you to breakfasts and to hang out with some of the speakers -- more happiness for you!
Here is my offer: I am willing to personally pay the entire $299 VIP admission if any of the "Three Angry Lawyers" will go to Alameda, Calif. for the conference and live-blog it. Greenfield, Bennett and Tannebaum -- any takers?
Posted by Bruce Carton on September 20, 2010 at 10:49 AM | Permalink
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