“Happiness is a spiritual path. The more you learn about true happiness, the more you

discover the truth of who you are, and what your life is for.” — Robert Holden, Be Happy.

Robert Holden Ph.D. is the Director of The Happiness Project and Success Intelligence two unique programs that offer a psychospiritual approach to healing and growth. He is the creator of an eight-week happiness course famously tested by independent scientists for a BBC documentary seen by more than 30 million viewers in 20 countries. His programs are used worldwide by artists and writers, entrepreneurs and leaders. He also works with global brands and companies that want to thrive ethically and with spirit such as Virgin, the Body Shop, and Dove and their “Real Beauty” campaign.

Robert will speak personally about the key principles and insights that form the heart of his work, helping people enjoy more real, soulful success in every area of life. He will share how he applies the wisdom of the Enneagram in his coaching and trainings, and also how he has incorporated the Enneagram into his daily spiritual practice.

Robert Holden, Ph.D. lives in London and works worldwide with both The Happiness Project and Success Intelligence. His innovative work on happiness and success was featured on Oprah’s first television show of 2009 called How Happy Are You? Robert is the author of three international best sellers, Happiness NOW!, Success Intelligence, and Shift Happens! His most recent book, Be Happy, was published by Hay House in 2009.

Robert is a gifted teacher. His work transforms lives. — Deepak Chopra.

www.robertholden.org www.behappy.net

www.successintelligence.com

Robert Holden

2009

2009 IEA Global Conference

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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