Watch: Top TED Speaker Shawn Achor on the Science of Happiness

Shawn Achor is a leading expert on the connection between happiness and success and one of the top TED speakers of all time.

He will share the science of how happiness inspires us to be more productive at the AMTA 2017 National Convention Closing Session on September 16 in Pasadena, California.

Attend The Happiness Advantage: Inspiring Positive Change to learn actionable ways massage therapists can incorporate the science of happiness into their self-care regimen while earning 2 CE credits.

Related: Read Shawn’s interview in Massage Therapy Journal

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Watch Shawn Achor’s TED Talk: The Happy Secret to Better Work

We believe we should work hard in order to be happy, but could we be thinking about things backwards? In this fast-moving and very funny talk, psychologist Shawn Achor argues that, actually, happiness inspires us to be more productive.

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WATCH: 3 Self-Care Tips from Keynote Speaker Shaun T

Shaun T is an internationally recognized fitness expert and the AMTA 2017 National Convention keynote speaker. Watch as he shares three of his tips to live your best life, and register to see him live on September 14 in Pasadena!

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What Last Year’s AMTA National Convention Attendees are Saying

“Very energizing and inspiring.”

“The presenters were excellent: engaging, knowledgeable, accessible.”

“Everything was wonderful! The camaraderie that I felt was very nice.”