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Greater Good Toolkit

$44.00

A Box Set of 30 Practices

49 reviews 49 Reviews
Made in collaboration with UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, this toolkit includes 30 science-based practices for a meaningful life. We designed this toolkit for wellness practitioners, and motivated individuals looking to bring more meaning and well-being into their lives.

Greater Good Toolkit

$44.00

A Box Set of 30 Practices

49 reviews 49 Reviews
Made in collaboration with UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, this toolkit includes 30 science-based practices for a meaningful life. We designed this toolkit for wellness practitioners, and motivated individuals looking to bring more meaning and well-being into their lives.

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Greater Good Toolkit

$44.00 A Box Set of 30 Practices
Free U.S. shipping over $50 and easy returns.

Inside the Greater Good Toolkit

Made in collaboration with UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, this toolkit includes 30 science-based practices for a meaningful life.

Backed by Science

Each practice has four sections: why it is important, how to do it, why it works, and the primary research that supports it. Perfect for therapists, coaches, facilitators, managers, teachers, and others looking to bring the science of mindfulness and positive psychology into practice.

Designed for You

A beautiful color gradient connects all of the guides, which are designed to be both informative and a delight to use. The set comes in a practical box to keep the printed activities organized and accessible on your bookshelf or desk.

Quality & Craftsmanship

Printed and assembled in the USA, using the finest quality paper and finishes. A timeless design that is made to last.

A Meaningful Partnership

Greater Good Science Center

UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center is a nonprofit pioneering a new scientific movement to explore the roots of happy and compassionate individuals, strong social bonds, and altruistic behavior — the science of a meaningful life. 

A Special Thanks

A special thanks to all the researchers whose findings were featured in this toolkit. Here is a short list of those whose work was featured in the Greater Good Toolkit:

Aaron Lazare, M.D., Adrienne Dougherty, Aleah Burson, Amy Prosser, Arne Evers, Beth Polin, Brandon J.Schmeichel, Brian C Healy, Candace M. Raio, Carsten K. W. De Dreu, Chris Germer, Christina M DuBois, Christine E. Webb, Christopher M Celano, Christopher Peterson, Dacher Keltner, Daniel M Stancato, Daniel T. Gilbert, Daniela Schiller, David C. Johnson, David Evans, David K. Sherman, David Schkade, David Tang, Deborah A. Small, Diana Winston, Ph.D, Dirk van Dierendonck, E. Tory Higgins, Eleanor Tate Shonkoff, Eli J. Finkel, Elizabeth A. Phelps, Elizabeth M. Minei, Elizabeth W. Dunn, Emma Bruehlman-Senecal, Erica B. Slotter, Ethan Kross, Fabian Gander, George Loewenstein, Gina Castle Bell, Gregory M. Walton, Harry Weger Jr,. Holli-Anne Passmore, Holly Shablack, Howard J. Markman, James Carmody, James J. Gross, James Pennebaker, Ph.D, Janice K. Kiecolt-Glaser, Jason Moser, Jeff C Huffman, Jeffrey Froh, Jessica M. Tipsord, Jiyoung Park, John W Denninger, Jordi Quoidbach, Joseph E. LeDoux, Julia K Boehm, Juliana G. Breines, Juliana Schroeder, Kennon M. Sheldon, Kirsten Keller, Kristin Layous Ph.D., Kristin Neff, Laura A. King, Ph.D., Laura B. Luchies, Leah B. Shapira, Lisa Michelle, Leslie Louisa Pavey, Maria T. M. Dijkstra, Marie-H. Monfils, Mario Mikulincer, Mark Holder, Mark Leary, Mark Levine, Martin Seligman, Ph.D., Matthew Feinberg, Maya Rossignac-Milon, Melissa C. Robinson, Michele J. Gelfand, Minkyung Koo, Myriam Mongrain, Nansook Park, Nicholas Epley, Omri Gillath, Ozlem Ayduk, Ph.D., Paul K Piff, Paul Sparks, Phillip R. Shaver, Pia Dietze, Rachel A. Nitzberg, René Proyer, Robert B. Lount Jr., Ronald Glaser, Roy J. Lewicki, Ruth A Baer, Ryan Bremner, Sara B. Algoe, Scott M. Stanley, Serena Chen, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., Stephen Reicher, Steven D. Hickman Psy.D, Susan L. Blumberg, Susan Sergeant, Timothy D. Wilson, Tobias Greitemeyer, Tobias Wyss, Todd B Kashdan, Tracy A. Steen, Willibald Ruch

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JH
09/03/2020
Jeanine H.
Netherlands Netherlands
Elegant and Practical

Beautiful design and easy and broad in ways of using. I am very greatfull for the designers. Thank you

AG
09/03/2020
Andrea G.
Norway Norway
Nice cards

Just took forever to arrive...

TS
09/01/2020
Thomas S.
United States United States
Greater Good Tool Kit

I have been an avid reader of the Greater Good podcast and newsletter and have tried may of their exercises, both for myself and my clients. All Good.

CB
08/23/2020
Christine B.
United States United States
Greater Good at SQ

I’m enjoying my toolbox - using it mostly to think of ways we can integrate the material while working with the inmate population at San Quentin in the mental health department. I ordered mine to see if it would be useful with our patients, and it appears it will be! We are in the process of arranging a bulk order of the toolkits. Thank you!

MJ
08/23/2020
Mary J.
United States United States
Thought Provoking!

I have enjoyed "rummaging" thought the box and picking randomly a packet to see what challenging thought is presented. I appreciate the intent, I am sure I will use with both individual conversations and my meditation and yoga groups. Thank you for the thought and effort put into this toolkit.