To live a truly happy existence, we have to practice happiness in all areas of our lives. Today, on the podcast, I invite you to join me as we consider how to practice happiness in relationship--specifically, marriage.
Did you know that humor can be a tool for healing and a way to practice happiness?
As we continue in the Practicing Happiness podcast series, I’m delighted to welcome the ever-humorous Karen Salmansohn.
Do you ever have “off” days and wonder how to orient your heart and your brain back toward happiness?
Did you know that there are research-proven advantages to happiness? That positive thinking truly affects the ways that our brains interact with the world? It’s powerful science, and today on the podcast, we’re joined by one of the world’s leading experts in this space: Shawn Achor.
Have you ever considered that your problems can grow larger when you put more attention on them and how talking about them contributes to a loss of perspective? What are the real benefits of spending more time focused on the positive things going on, and how can we put broadcasting happiness into practice?
I am so excited to kick off a brand new podcast series today: Practicing Happiness!
This series is all about the art and science of happiness and putting it into a practice in our daily lives.
Do you ever wonder what is the purpose of creativity--and what is its beautiful source? Do you ever wonder how to beat down the hindrance of procrastination in order to create worthwhile things?
We all have an ego--that voice that strives to “protect” us by keeping us in survival mode, activating fear, forming comfort zones, and building a wall of resistance around our hearts.
What does it mean to have a reflective mind?
We are all faced with decisions and a flood of emotions daily. It’s natural for us to jump into intense thinking, problem-solving, and a search for answers, but how often do we stop to quiet our minds and just reflect?
Let’s face it: in our day-to-day routines, we often get lost in the mundane, don’t we? Routine brings comfort, but it can also bring stagnation.
Today on the podcast, I invite you to join me as we consider practical ways to stay fully engaged in our lives. Seeking full engagement means we don’t let ourselves fall prey to stagnation.