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RX for Successful Organizations... “It’s Good 2 B Good”

“I am a great admirer of Stephen Post's work on the science of love, altruism, health, and longevity. This connection can touch us all. This work is pioneering, inspiring and could change people's lives.” —George E. Vaillant, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

“Stephen Post is a terrific speaker and engages with the audience like few people I have ever observed during a talk. He is inspirational and informative at the same time, and simply a delight to work with (which is often not the case with speakers). No one can talk about (or exemplify) altruistic love as a key to happiness in any organization like this man. I’m anxious to have him back to Duke for other speaking engagements.” —Harold Koenig, M.D., Duke University

The Container Store, Costco, Google, Nordstrom, Patagonia, Southwest Airlines, Starbucks, UPS, Whole Foods Market and dozens of others have one thing in common, the commitment to the greater good for customers, employees, investors, communities, suppliers, and the environment. You can find a wealth of data that illustrates brands that follow this model are successful. In his research for the book: Conscious Capitalism, co-author Rajendra Sisodia discovered that these brands’ investment returns were 1025% over the past 10 years, compared to only 122% for the S&P 500 and 316% for the companies profiled in the bestselling book Good to Great—companies selected purely on the basis of their ability to deliver superior returns to investors.

Stephen Post has been making headlines by funding studies at the nation’s top universities to prove his daily prescription: “Rx: It’s Good 2 B Good.” His research shows that when we commit to the greater good, everything from longevity, happiness, wellbeing and success are significantly affected. Leaders across the country agree:

“A company is stronger if it is bound by love rather than by fear.” —Herb Kelleher, Co-Founder, Southwest Airlines

“You should have the same code of conduct in life and business.” —Kip Tindell, Chairman and CEO, The Container Store

Based on his best selling book, Why Good Things Happen to Good People, Stephen empowers others through profoundly moving real-life stories that illustrate the growing science of love and giving and how it unlocks the doors to health, happiness, and success. He discusses the ten levels of intentional giving philosophy that has changed the culture of schools, corporations, and communities alike. When the happiness, security, and wellbeing of another person is meaningful to you, you “love that person.” But love is expressed in different ways depending on the needs of those around us, and also on our particular personality and strengths. Each of these ways of love benefits others, but as a side effect, it also benefits the giver. Stephen also offers an easy-to-take validated survey that reveals strengths in these areas and delivers proven techniques for being intentional about giving, and serving, on a daily basis.

Rx: It’s Good 2 B Good... and science says it’s so!

The above Keynote is also appropriate for Leaders, Employees and Organizational Teams, and those focused on Customer Service.

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“Positive emotions are good for your health. Learn about ten different ways of giving unselfishly to others... and the good news is that in the process, we give to ourselves too!” —Dr. Eric J. Topol, M.D., Chief Academic Officer of Scripps Health and Chief of the Scripps Translational Science Institute and Genomic Medicine Program

For speaking inquiries, contact Stephen at 216.926.9244 or by email.

Free PDF article: It’s Good to Be Good

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