quarta-feira, 8 de julho de 2009

Science of happiness at TED Talks

Okay, this might be waaay outdated, but there must be others who are not really aware about TED Talks as I wasn't (had heard about it, never went for it). And those who know Ted Talks but not this talk I'm mentioning. Thanks due to Andréa Bordin for sharing this.

I went there, saw the mosaic of speeches and begun with Nancy Etcoff on the surprising science of happiness. There is a lot of other seemingly excellent stuff.

So this is only a tweet to those who didn't know: Yes, Ted Talks is true to its subtitle: "Ideas worth spreading". Etcoff's talk end with this simple yet effective and excessively forgotten idea from Epictetus: "First, say to yourself what you would be. Then do what you have to do".

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