Apr 24, 2018
When you think of happiness, what comes first in your mind—a yellow smiley face, self-help books, sunshine, and rainbows? The conversation around the field of happiness has been evolving in the past 20 years and events such as The World Happiness Summit have brought leaders in positive psychology and more to share their own research and personal practices to sustaining happiness and well-being.
Turns out it’s not about being happy all the time, and these researchers/experts aren’t the happiest people in the world either! So, where and how do you find REAL happiness, the kind that lasts a lifetime? Listen in as today’s guests include three professionals who’ve attended this year’s World Happiness Summit and share their proven perspectives to finding such happiness.
First is business breakthrough coach, Aliya Levinson Kehoe, who helps small businesses think big. She works with new coaches who struggle with a lack of direction and clarity and would like to successfully launch their coaching practice and attract all their first paying clients quickly with ease and confidence. Second is personal development coach, Samantha Inch, who helps young women that are stuck and unfulfilled to redesign their lives so they can live with purpose and live on purpose. Samantha’s passion for helping young women comes from her own transformation working in Corporate America. Last, but definitely not least, is positive psychology coach, professional speaker, and founder of Make Money Coaching program, Marc Cordon. He’s the international bestselling author of Beyond Resilient: The Coach’s Guide to Ecstatic Growth, has received his Bachelors in Science in neuroscience and behavioral biology, as well as a Masters in public health and policy management.
Let the happy conversation begin!
The happiness-when syndrome. I’ll be happy when I get the promotion/find that perfect someone/have the money to travel, when I (fill in the blank). It’s easy to get lost in the cycle of an unending happiness quest. Where does it end and how can you start to break free? Begin HERE… [12:59].
The happiness misconception. Going on a first date, getting a raise, eating your favorite dessert—these moments give you instant gratification but the pleasure’s fleeting. So much of what we’re taught is that happiness is linked to our external world and not sustainable. Ready to know true happiness? THIS is what happiness really is…[18:43].
The happiness game. You’ve discovered the real meaning of happiness and you’ve done the soul searching to identify what actually fulfills you internally and externally, but you’re still NOT happy. What’s the deal? Avoid THESE signs when you’re on your happiness quest…[27:17].
The happiness strategy. If you’re happy and you know it, is clapping your hands the only thing you should do to sustain it? The panelists reveal their most insightful daily/weekly practices to maintain and build happiness throughout your life. The full spectrum of happiness tips and exercises revealed at…[50:14].
For many, happiness can seem like an intangible (unreachable) target set far off in the distance. Everyone wants to be happy. You don't have to be a Harvard professor to know that. Or do you???
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