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Neil Pasricha

New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome and The Happiness Equation

About Neil Pasricha

After graduating from Harvard Business School, Neil Pasricha spent a decade as Director of Leadership at Walmart, the world's largest company. While there he wrote the 50-million-hit, award-winning blog 1000 Awesome Things and the New York Times bestsellers The Book of Awesome and The Happiness Equation which have been on international bestseller lists for over 200 weeks and sold over a million copies.

Neil's research and books on happiness, mindset, and human potential have received attention ...

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The Subtle Art of Happiness

Why can so few people at work genuinely say, “I love my job”? Gallup reports 87% of the global workforce is disengaged. But what if there were subtle, secret weapons that could turn employees into their ...

The Science of Positive Growth Mindset

Does great work lead to happiness? Or… does happiness lead to great work? Neil Pasricha shares counterintuitive research-based answers in this fun, fast-paced, research-grounded tour of the emerging ...

Be Happy First: Resilience and Breakthrough Performance In Times Of Change

After Neil Pasricha’s wife left him and his best friend suddenly took his own life, he crash-landed in an empty downtown bachelor apartment. Just twelve months later, he was working directly for the CEO at ...

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The Happiness Equation by Neil Pasricha
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Neil Pasricha was the highlight of the day. From my perspective, the highlight of the year at Microsoft! What a genuine, authentic, inspiring person. He connected with the audience and made our themes come to life in the best possible way. He arrived early and stayed late - talking to everyone and inspiring all of us.

Rekha Rao-Mayya, National Technical Director, - Microsoft

Neil is a rock star! He visited the Googleplex and you could hear a pin drop while he was speaking. Everybody loved his models for living happier lives. Many people commented that he was the best speaker we have had!

Rachel O'Meara, Sales Executive - Google

Neil, I can't thank you enough for being a part of our Speaker Series. Your session was such a huge hit....it was energizing, inspiring, thought-provoking and really resonated with our employees. I've received so many emails from employees thanking me for bringing you in, saying how you were their favorite Speaker Series to date, and that they were inspired to make some real shifts in their life. It was also such a pleasure to meet you and work with you - thanks for the incredible work you are doing in the world!

Rachelle Diamond - LinkedIn Speaker Series

It is rare to find a speaker that can ignite such passion and unify the audience on a common theme that transcends generation and function. Please keep writing books. Yours changed my life.

Britta Lesaux, Executive Director - 3M

Neil was fantastic the feedback has been amazing about his talk. I think he was everyone's favorite. Neil was so wonderful about the challenges we had with time which was very much appreciated. He really was fantastic, so many people said 'I needed to hear that kind of talk.

Regena Bearden, Chief Marketing Officer - Memphis BIA

Neil left the room glowing after sharing his honest, personal, and witty story on the journey to happiness. He offered an interesting and relatable perspective for everyone in the room, and left the team with actionable insights for their own lives and work.

Satish Kanwar, VP Product - Shopify
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Why You Need an Untouchable Day Every Week

HAYON THAPALIYA/DUCEPT PASCAL/ HEMIS.FR/GETTY IMAGES I hate meetings. They sit subconsciously in my brain, taking up space. I prepare for them in my notebooks. I travel to them, and then back again, in the middle of my work days. And what do most meetings usually result in? You guessed it - ...

What One Company Learned from Forcing Employees to Use Their Vacation Time

Have you ever felt burned out at workafteravacation? I'm not talking about being exhausted from fighting with your family at Walt Disney World all week. I'm talking about howyou knew, the whole time walking around Epcot, that a world of work was waiting for you ...

This Is The Contract My Wife And I Wrote To Protect Our Work-Life Balance

"Congratulations, Neil!"; I was sitting across from an HR execat Walmart a few years ago. His hand was outstretched, and on the desk in front of us was a crisp sheet of paper spelling out all the terms of my new promotion. I shook his hand and left doing mental ...