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Seattle University Professor Isaac's class Happiness Matters

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Seattle University Professor Isaac's class Happiness Matters

  1. 1. When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down 'happy'. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment… …and I told them they didn't understand life.
  2. 2. How are you feeling? Affectionate Compassiona te Friendly L oving Open- Hearted Sym pathetic Ten der Warm Engaged Ab sorbed Alert Curious Engr ossed Encha nted Entranc ed Fascinate d Inerested I ntrigued Invo lved Spellbo und Stimulat ed Hopeful Exp ectant Encou raged Optimi stic Confident E mpowered O pen Proud S afe Secure Excited Ama zed Animate d Ardent Aro used Astonis hed Dazzled Eager Ener getic Enthusi astic Giddy I nvigorated Li vely Passion ate Surprised Vibrant Happy Joyful Jubilant Pleased Tickled Grateful Appreciative M oved Thankful Touched Peaceful Calm Clear- Headed Comfortable Ce ntered Content Equani mous Fulfilled Mellow Quiet RelaxedRelieved Satisfied Serene Still Tr anquil Trusting Inspired Amazed Awed Wonder Exhilerated Blissful Ecst atic Elated Enthralled E xuberant Radiant Raptu rous Trilled Refreshed Enlivened R ejuvenated Renewed R ested Restored Revived Afraid Apprehensive Dread Foreboding Fri ghtened Mistrustful P anicked Petrified Sca red Suspicious Terrifi ed Wary Worried Annoyed Aggravated Dismayed Disgruntle d Displeased Exaspe rated Frustrated Imp atient Irritated Irked Angry Enraged Furio us Incensed Indigna nt Irate Livid Outrag ed Resentful Aversion Animosity A ppalled Contempt Di sgusted Dislike Hate Horrified Hostile Re pulsed Confused Ambivalent Baffled Bewildered Dazed Hesitant Lost Mystified Perplexed Puzzled Torn Disconnected Alienat Aloof Apathetic Bore d Cold Detached Dis tant Distracted Indiffe rent Numb Removed Uninterested Withdr awn Disquiet Agitated Alarmed Dis combobulated Discon certed Disturbed Pert urbed Rattled Restle ss Shocked Startled Surprised Troubled T urbulent Turmoil Unc omfortable Uneasy U nnerved Unsettled U pset Embarrased Ashame d Chagrined Flustere d Guilty Mortified Sel f-Conscious Fatigue Beat Burnt Out Depleted Exhau sted Lethargic Listles s Sleepy Tired Wear y Worn Out Pain Agony Anguish Heartbroken Hurt Lo nely Miserable Regre tful Remorseful Sad Depressed Deje cted Despair Despon dent Disappointed Di scouraged Dishearte ned Forlorn Gloomy Heavy Hearted Hopeless M elancholy Unhappy Wretched Anxious Tense Cranky Distre ssed Distraught Edg y Fidgety Frazzled Ir ritable Jittery Nervou s Overwhelmed Restl ess Stressed Out Vulnerable Fragile G uarded Helpless Inse cure Leery Reserved Sensitive Shaky Yearning Envious Je alous Longing Nostal gic Pining Wistful
  3. 3. The welfare of a nation can scarcely be inferred from a measurement of national income. …Invites Member States to pursue the elaboration of additional measures that better capture the importance of the pursuit of happiness and well-being in development with a view to guiding their public policies...
  4. 4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2K1kXvtwB0&t=8s Minute 7.14
  5. 5. Beyond GDP/ Well- being Global Reporting Initiative Triple Bottom Line B-Corps… Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness Index United Kingdom ONS National Measures of Well- being 39 of 40 OECD Member Countries… Erasmus University World Database of Happiness Authentic Happiness Scales Penn State World Well-being Project… Academic Government Business NGOs OECD Better Life Index Human Development Index UN SDG Indicators European Social Survey World Values Survey Gallup World Poll… Reports Management Measurement Policies Programs Positions Measurement Reports Convening Measurement Research Evidence Measurement Beyond GDP Measurements
  6. 6. Do measurements matter?
  7. 7. You can’t manage what you can’t measure. You get what you measure. You measure what you care about.
  8. 8. Do measurements matter? Do you have enough money to buy the things you want?
  9. 9. What do you want?
  10. 10. How does what you sell & how does how you measure success impact ecological sustainability?
  11. 11. Do you feel lonely? Do you feel loved?
  12. 12. Well-being Metrics for Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems
  13. 13. Beyond GDP/ Well-being Economy Environment Governance Human Habitats Work Time Balance Technology & Communicatio nEducation & Lifelong Learning Community Culture Health Flourishing Affect Satisfaction with Life
  14. 14. Grey: All people in 2018, sample size:4744 Blue, Your class: sample size: 36

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