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Published on Mar 26, 2019
You have the ability to improve your well-being. The amount of happiness and meaning you experience in life depends on the choices you make. Psychologist Beth Cabrera proposes three choices about where to focus your time and attention to build greater well-being. Beth is passionate about helping organizations and individuals apply knowledge from the field of positive psychology to achieve greater success and well-being.
She works with companies to help them create and maintain positive work environments where people thrive. She also teaches individuals strategies for living happier, more meaningful lives. Her approach is extremely effective in developing leaders, building teams, and advancing careers.
Learn more about Beth in this Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine interview.
Listen to Beth talk about how she overcomes her fears on the Unshakable Self-Confidence podcast.
Dr. Cabrera’s expertise was gained through years of experience teaching, conducting research, advising organizations, and coaching individuals on how to maximize engagement and performance. Her research has been published in leading academic and professional journals.
After earning her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Dr. Cabrera joined the faculty of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, one of Spain’s top universities. Upon returning to the States she continued her academic career as a professor of management at Arizona State University and later as a Senior Research Fellow at Thunderbird School of Global Management. In 2009 Beth founded Cabrera Insights and she joined the George Mason University Center for the Advancement of Well-Being as a Senior Scholar in 2013.
Beth lives in the Washington D.C. area with her husband. Their two children are in college.
A dynamic professional speaker, Dr. Cabrera is available for keynote presentations and workshops. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx