#Happiness Manifesto @AspenInstitute

Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of leading a seminar we called “Happiness in the Always-On Age.” Attendees ranged in age from 14-17. And at the end of three intense and wonderful days of talking about the impact of technology on our relationships and daily lives, we created a happiness manifesto, the ingredients of and themes we derived from our discussions. Student Dyer Rhoads morphed it into a wordcloud which I share with you here (with his permission:)

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