The Science Of Happy

Keynotes and Workshops Designed to Enhance Mental Well-Being For Those Already Caring For Others

Improving Engagement, Culture, Communication, Retention, and Happiness.

The Science Of Happy

Keynotes and Workshops Designed to Enhance Mental Well-Being For Those Already Caring For Others

Improving Engagement, Culture, Communication, Retention, and Happiness.

Tim presents a message in a new, impactful, and inspiring way that is memorable and engaging.

– Metro Health

Our minds tend to depart the present and move to the past or the future.

Especially while caring for people, we need to be present.

According to a study done by Matt Killingsworth and Dan Gilbert, featuring 650,000 real time reports, from 15,000 people of all ages, income, education, and marital status, including 86 occupations and from over 80 countries, the study found that we only focus on the task at hand about 47% of the time.

“How often our minds leave the present, and where they tend to go, is a better predictor of our happiness than the activities in which we are engaged.” – Matt Killingsworth

“Tim engages the audience through humor. He pushes the humor all the way to the edge but brings it back to something impactful”

Priority Health

“Board members told me later that you made the evening and the governance fellows gave you a resounding “5 out of 5” excellent marks.”

Michigan Health and Hospital Association

“Tim kept everyone’s attention, funny, and exciting.”

“Tim Cusack’s stories were uplifting!”

“I really enjoyed Tim, I believe he touched a lot of lives.”

“Keep Tim – Positive feedback – the knowledge we all appreciate.”

Attendees at Annual Direct Care Worker Conference

“As always your presentation was well received and there were many positive comments from all who attended…It was a pleasure working with you.”

Central Michigan Community Mental Health Services

Research shows where people feel emotions in their body and its intensity.

“I didn’t talk about mental health to anyone, and my friends felt the same way I did, everyone was too embarrassed to talk about it.”

Adele

We need to have a different type of conversation.

“Our society spends more than $25 Billion a year on psychopharmaceuticals and untold Billions dealing with family dysfunction, shouldn’t education on mental well-being take priority?”

Tim combines powerful stories with current research to deliver a funny and profound message. The ultimate goal of his presentations is to lead people to personal insights that help them live happier, healthier, and more productive lives. It all adds up to something more, something that stays with you long after he’s done speaking.

Some of Tim’s Clients

Some of Tim’s Programs

If you’re looking for a CANNED program, I don’t have one.

All of my work is customized to fit the unique needs for your organization.

Q: What do you mean by a “Mental Well-being Keynote”?

A: For small or large groups, this is an overview of how our personal psychology, and our emotional well-being, plays a major role in our daily lives. Using research, Brain Sciences, and case studies along with some fun, you will have practical tools to take away that will enrich both your professional and personal life.

Q: What do you mean by “Mental Health Workshops”?

A: Unlike a Keynote, where I talk and you listen, people participate in small groups using handouts, role-playing, and exercises that create strategies everyone can take back and implement immediately. Workshops can take place anywhere from one hour to two days, it’s entirely up to you.

Q: Is it scary to be in a workshop?

A: It can be for some people. However, when we push through fears and our vulnerabilities, that is when personal growth happens. As Dr. Brene Brown says, “showing up when you have no control over the outcome takes courage.”

Q: Is this some sort of Therapy?

A: NO! It can be therapeutic, and we’ve found that sometimes people have profound insights into their own needs and personal constraints, which are holding them back from being the person they want to be. This is very cool when it happens!

Q: Can this topic really be fun and funny?

A: Yes! Are you kidding me? We humans are so complicated, confused, and overwhelmed.. how can it not be fun?

A few questions for you.

When do you feel THE HAPPIEST? MOST CONTENT? MOST ALIVE? FULFILLED?

Let me guess, you love spending time with the people you love, doing activities you love, being outside in nature, and exercising! Am I right?

My goal is to help you keep this part of you alive and well in both your Professional and your Personal life. Cheers to your mental well-being.

A few questions for you.

When do you feel THE HAPPIEST? MOST CONTENT? MOST ALIVE? FULFILLED?

Let me guess, you love spending time with the people you love, doing activities you love, being outside in nature, and exercising! Am I right?

My goal is to help you keep this part of you alive and well in both your Professional and your Personal life. Cheers to your mental well-being.

Your mental health is your business.