Even if you aren’t Ivy League material, you can take a course at Yale for free! The Science of Well-Being is Yale University’s most popular class in the history of the University, with over 2 million people already enrolled.
It’s the ultimate self-help course, and now is the perfect time to boost your well-being and happiness! The free course focuses on what people think will make them happy but don’t, and the things that actually do bring lasting life satisfaction. It features a series of challenges designed to increase your own happiness and build more productive habits. The goal of the course it to prepare you to successfully incorporate a specific wellness activity into your life.
The course is all online, and you can sign up anytime to learn at your own pace. It will take approximately 20 hours to complete, and is split into 4 weeks, but you can reset deadlines as you need.
The Science of Well-Being is free, but you can opt to purchase the course for $49 in order to receive a certificate that you can share to showcase your achievement in your LinkedIn profile, on printed resumes, CVs, or other documents.
With all of the uncertainty these days, this course has become extremely popular, and has excellent reviews! Sign up for The Science of Well-Being here!
Looking for more? The Professor, Laurie Santos hosts podcast, The Happiness Lab, including recent episodes focused on dealing with COVID-19.
Other articles of interest
- DIY Take and Make Kits in Columbus
- Stuck at home? On demand and Virtual Events and Entertainment
- Virtual tours, on demand videos and live streams for kids
- Community resources and activities in Columbus during Coronavirus cancellations
- Ultimate guide to Columbus restaurants with pickup and delivery
- Ways to get cocktails, beer, and wine delivery in Columbus
- Prepackaged alcohol delivery in Ohio from restaurants
- Food freebies, delivery, and cheap eats in Columbus
- Delivery and Carryout for Easter meals in Columbus
- Pre-order Farmers Markets goods from vendors offering pickup/delivery
- Freebies for healthcare workers and frontline employees
- Senior shopping hours in Columbus stores
- Skip the stores: Grocery pickup and delivery in Columbus