Are you interested in having Dr. Christine Carter speak at your next event?
Christine Carter, Ph.D., is a sociologist and senior fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center. The author of best-selling books The Sweet Spot and Raising Happiness, Carter draws on the latest scientific research on positivity, productivity, and elite performance to demonstrate a sweet paradox: by doing less we can actually accomplish more.

A sought-after keynote speaker and executive coach, she also writes an award-winning blog, which is frequently syndicated on Huffington Post,, US News & World Report, and several other websites.
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“Dr. Carter is a skillful speaker. Her stories are personal and filled with practical advice. She’s engaging, thoughtful and very persuasive.” 
- Stacey Clark O'Hara, Juniper Networks
“I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed Dr. Carter's presentation at the Toigo Foundation. It was great to hear the recent relevant research that she shared as well as her own personal experiences. Thank you for the work that you do — we can't get enough advice about how to be happy and how to help others do the same" 
- S. Blake-Beard
“Dr. Carter joined us for a senior leader program and enlightened the group with how to find their flow. She’s passionate, funny and real. Her personal stories allowed the group to develop connections to her, and realize similarities in themselves and each other. Everyone left inspired to make positive changes to their lives, and even better, with concrete tips about how to do so.” 
- Shawna McDonald, Executive Development, Google
Dr. Carter brought the house down, got a standing ovation, and made us HAPPY. Beautiful evening.”
 - Sara Flitner, Board of Directors, CLIMB Wyoming

Happiness and Work-Life Balance Are Goals Many People Strive for — with Limited Success

Combining scientific research and practical application, Dr. Christine Carter offers audiences not just a way to cope with modern pressures, but a way to truly thrive. Speaking to executives, general audiences and working parents, Dr. Carter looks at living life from our “sweet spot” — that place of both power and ease.
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If you are interested in having Christine Carter speak at your next event, simply submit your information on our online inquiry form.  We will respond to your inquiry as soon as possible.

PLEASE NOTE: While Dr. Carter occasionally reduces her fees for non-profit organizations and special book events, she is currently booked through 2018 for all such events. She is only able to consider full-fee events as this time. 

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What you can’t see [in our amazingly positive evaluation/survey results] are the wonderful conversations that continue to be generated throughout the Glenbard community — in our school buildings and our homes. Dr. Carter we are grateful for you!!” 
- Gilda Ross, Glenbard School District Student Ed Community Projects Coordinator
We loved your speech and you were a total hit. You did a fabulous job! Your speech was fascinating and centrally important. It received universal praise. Thank you, thank you, and thank you!” 
- Michael Mulligan, Head of The Thacher School, in response to a commencement speech
Christine translated years of sociology research into pragmatic frameworks on how to grow meaningful relationships in our life. She exceeded my expectations and delivered material that I use both in professional life as a leadership coach and in my personal life.”
 - Katia Verresen, KVA Leadership, Sausalito, California

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"To any entrepreneur, man or woman alike, Dr. Carter's message should be an “aha” moment in our modern society. We’re simply not fulfilling our full potential. We’ve been raised to believe that people are only successful when they’re constantly making their most powerful effort. When in fact we should be searching for our effortless power - that elusive "thing" Dr. Carter so elegantly explains as our Sweet Spot." 
- Joe Steuter, Vice President, Marketing Communication, Carson Group, Excell, a national conference for growth-minded financial advisors

"She was warm, funny, very knowledgeable, and practical."

 - Elicia Newcom Gregory, Director, Marketing Norton Healthcare
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