New ‘Great Mentors’ Audio Series: GNN-i Presents Free Access to Leaders in...

New ‘Great Mentors’ Audio Series: GNN-i Presents Free Access to Leaders in Fields of Success

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“Keep in mind that happiness is mostly dependent on our state of mind, not on our status or the state of our bank account.”

Happier
GNN-i is launching its new Great Mentors audio series this weekend with a free tele-seminar featuring Tal Ben-Shahar, happiness mentor to hundreds of students taking his popular Harvard University class in positive psychology. Tal is the author of a new book, Happier: Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment.

Join me and 95 others on a tele-seminar this Sunday, September 16 at 2:00 PM EST as we discuss with Tal the ways that happiness “can be learned and earned.” Just sign up to receive info on the Great Mentors audio program, or my Weekly Newsletter, and you will receive the U.S. phone number for dialing to join the Great Mentors audio program. It’s free and easy and you will receive the call information, and a reminder, by e-mail. Even if you can’t make the Sunday tele-seminar, you receive access to a recorded call that replays the whole thing by telephone for free. Be mentored at your leisure.

Everyone needs a mentor. Now, you can have virtual access to mentors in the fields of health, happiness, success, business, style, and spirituality FREE with Good News Network tele-seminars.

SEND IN YOUR QUESTIONS regarding how to become happier. We will be opening the phone lines for questions during the last part of the call. Even if you can’t join us Sunday (2:00PM EST), e-mail your questions to me and I will seek the answers from Tal. Many of your questions can become part of the audio recording, helpful to all, and available at your leisure by telephone. Just make sure you are signed up for the newsletter and you will receive all the phone numbers for this and future Great Mentor calls.

With HAPPIER you will learn:

• The relationship between happiness, self-interest, and benevolence;
• Happiness Boosters: brief activities that are meaningful and pleasurable
• To overcome the psychological barriers imposed upon yourself
• A thought experiment that answers your most important question
• How simplifying your life may free you up to find happiness

Tal Ben-Shahar teaches the most highly attend course at Harvard University – Positive Psychology. More students have signed up to hear him than any other teacher in Harvard’s history. His lectures have led to a groundswell of “happiness classes” taught in colleges around the country. To date, over 100 classes have cropped up, with similar courses being established in Europe and Asia.

Besides his pleasant and friendly demeanor, which makes him easy to listen to, both in class and on the telephone, Tal is a Harvard graduate with a degree in philosophy and psychology. For the last ten years, he has been teaching personal and organizational excellence, leadership, ethics, and self-esteem. He’s been featured on CNN, NPR, Today Show, US News & World Report, New York Times, Boston Globe, and many other national media outlets. (Read more at his website, www.talbenshahar.com.)

Sign up to receive call information for the Great Mentors series (or to get our weekly newsletter of good news). Receive virtual access to mentors in the fields of health, happiness, success, business, style and spirituality with the new Good News Network tele-seminars — helping you be the best person you can be.

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  1. Gisele and all who are not receiving call info via email:

    To sign up for the call, click this link:
    http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/component/option,com_acajoom/

    If you are already a member on my list you will see the button MY SUBSCRIPTIONS, and you can checkmark to receive info on the GREAT MENTORS Audio Series.

    If you have never signed up for my newsletter, or for the Great Mentors series, then, you just click above and register with your email, and then confirm, by email.

    If you haven’t received the info by email after registering, please call my toll-free number and I will register you by telephone and give you the call-in info. (You must call at least 20 minutes before the call.)
    1 (866) Good News