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  • John C. Havens@johnchavensFounder, The H(app)athon Project@happathon / #happathonThe H(app)athon Project
  • • Founder, the H(app)athon Project• Author, Tactical Transparency• Author, Hacking H(app)iness• Professional Actor in NYC for 15 years• Been in New/Social Media since 2005• EVP of Social Media for a Global PR Firm• Worked with Gillette, HP, P&G, Merck• Contributing Writer for Mashable• Play Blues Harmonica
  • Beyond GDP
  • Consumerism and its Antisocial Effects Can be Turned On – or OffNorthwestern University, April 2012The last experiment presented participants with a hypotheticalwater shortage in a well shared by four people, includingthemselves. The water users were identified either asconsumers or individuals. The “consumers” rated themselvesas less trusting of others to conserve water, less personallyresponsible and less in partnership with the others in dealingwith the crisis. The consumer status, “did not unite; it divided.”
  • The Trends
  • From Consumer to Creator
  • Getting H(app)y
  • Connecting Happiness to Action
  • PHIPersonal Happiness Indicator+ + =
  • H(app)athon WorkshopsNew York City (2) CincinnatiIndianapolis San FranciscoTokyo BogotaLondon LisbonOslo BhutanDubaiSan Diego
  • Get H(app)y
  • Thank You.john@happathon.comwww.happathon.com