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Add more life to your days and more days to your life by applying science-backed inspiration and research from Andy Proctor, a well-being expert and PhD candidate studying the science of human connection. A podcast seen on New York Times, ABC News and Fox Business. Listen to interviews with New York Times bestselling authors, top researchers, Olympians, TED speakers, influencers and well-being thought leaders. Follow on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/morehappylife/ and join our thriving ...
 
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Jonathan Troen is a Life Mastery Coach and creator of the Self Love Revolution. His mission: To help people find the joy inside of themselves. Jonathan spent 20 years in the music and entertainment business, living the life of his dreams and interviewing the biggest stars in the world. But he still wasn't happy. He also found out, he wasn't alone. …
 
Monica Packer is passionate about teaching practical transformation. As a podcaster, growth coach, and podcast educator, she guides women to find sustainable growth by adopting progress over perfection. Monica is a former middle school teacher, a forever Oprah and Harry Potter fangirl, a perpetual cookie dough maker, and a beginning swimmer. You ca…
 
Steven Lawson is the founder and creator of the Monk Manual, a daily system for peaceful being and purposeful doing. After searching high and low for a formula that resulted in fuller living, he found it amongst the ancient path of the monks. Steven lives in Buffalo, NY with his wife and three kids and splits his time between serving individuals th…
 
Disclaimer: do not change your medications without first consulting with your doctor or health care provider. This can be very dangerous. Please listen to this episode with an open mind, but with the knowledge that one must be careful when changing their medication routine for mental illnesses. Always consult your psychiatrist, doctor, healthcare p…
 
Dawson Church, PhD, is an award-winning science writer with three best-selling books to his credit. The Genie in Your Genes (YourGeniusGene.com) was the first book to demonstrate that emotions drive gene expression. Mind to Matter, (MindToMatter.com) showed that the brain creates much of what we think of as “objective reality.” Bliss Brain (BlissBr…
 
This is a special episode where I clip some of the most meaningful soundbites from 12 episodes from the last few years of this podcast. The amazing guests in this episode include Baya Voce, Craig Case, Don Rheem, Nir Eyal, Julianne Holt-Lunstad, Kat Vellos, Kim Christensen, Mauro Gatti, Lyndsey Young, Richard Eyre, Stacy Sherman and Leslie Santos. …
 
Known as the Disaster Avoidance Expert, Dr. Gleb Tsipursky protects leaders from disasters by developing the most effective decision-making strategies via his consulting, coaching, and training firm Disaster Avoidance Experts. A cognitive neuroscientist and behavioral economist, Dr. Tsipursky writes for Inc., Time, and CNBC. A best-selling author, …
 
Find Taylor Proctor: Happinessabound.com In our discussion, we talk about the power of language for our happiness. How to improve our language for greater well-being How does our inner self talk (silent language) impact us? How words impact our thoughts The impact of conversations we have with other people on our happiness BODY language of happines…
 
Eric's new book Put Happiness To Work (that this episode is about) was just released! Make sure to get your copy here: https://puthappinesstowork.com/ More about Eric Karpinski Eric Karpinski has been on the cutting edge of bringing positive psychology tools to workplaces for over 10 years, with clients that include Intel, Facebook, IBM, T-Mobile, …
 
More About Kasley Killam Kasley Killam, MPH, is the founder of Social Health Labs, an impact organization that leads programs, events, and content related to social connection, loneliness, and health. She completed a master’s at the Harvard School of Public Health, where she deepened her expertise on these topics, and now partners with organization…
 
More about Dr. Anne Rimoin Dr. Anne Rimoin is an LA-based epidemiologist (expert virus hunter) having worked in public health on the ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for years and now a leading researcher on COVID-19. She's extremely knowledgeable as a scientist, but also very accessible in discussing the social effects of COVID-…
 
Nataly Kogan is one of the leading global experts in optimizing your emotional fitness and elevating your leadership. She’s the creator of the Happier Method™, founder and CEO of Happier and Happier @ Work™, and author of HAPPIER NOW and GRATITUDE DAILY. Nataly is a highly sought-after international keynote speaker and has been featured in hundreds…
 
More about Katy: Katy Sine is the director and executive producer of Positive Voices, creating, producing and directing positive media programming with thought leaders, leading academics and influencers in positive psychology. She is an assistant instructor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology program. Katy rese…
 
In my pursuit of the good life I have built a life-list of things that I want to accomplish or experience. One of the things that I was so excited to do recently was to hug the tallest tree on earth - Hyperion. It was amazing! Another thing on the list is to interview a gold-medal olympian. Today, that happened! Listen to the whole interview for th…
 
More about Dr. Hanks Julie de Azevedo Hanks, PhD, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist with 28 years experience specializing in women’s emotional health and relationships. She is an assistant professor of social work at Utah Valley University. Dr. Hanks is the founder and director of Wasatch Family Therapy, an outpatient th…
 
Today's episode is all about finding more meaning. It's a solo episode that I hope you enjoy. Here is a sneak peek: 1. Decrease Regret by Taking Action What’s something you can just do today to decrease the regret you would have in the future? Here are the top 5 regrets of the dying: I wish I had the courage to live a life true to myself rather tha…
 
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of negativity in the news? Do you doomscroll? Well, 2020 is the year of the doomscroll and it can be really hard to avoid the negativity that inundates our digital news feeds. I have spoken about the benefits of taking breaks from the news and the negative impact that constantly watching the news can have …
 
Sexuality and Happiness is a topic I have not discussed on the More Happy Life podcast. I have wanted to for quite some time, but I wanted to introduce it with the right person and I think Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife is the right person. This podcast talks about all things from the foundation of positive psychology research. I think positive sexual…
 
When was the last time something really hard happened to you? How did that change your life? Have you healed and moved on from this? Bruce Feiler's research showed that the average adult goes through a major disruptor about every twelve to eighteen months. And that adults face three to five big ones, what Bruce calls “lifequakes,” with an average a…
 
For the women listeners who want to support the men in your life, this is the episode for you. For the men who need support from other men or women, listen in. I loved Kristin’s thoughts in this episode to help liberate men to express themselves. Personally, I have struggled to feel comfortable as a man to express myself. I am a very expressive per…
 
In Episode 132, I speak with Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad, THE leading researcher on social isolation, loneliness, social connection and how those things impact health. Maybe you have heard the statistic that loneliness is worse for your health than smoking up to 15 cigarettes per day. Well, we dive a little deeper to clarify this notion to include th…
 
Who do you intend to become? Are you satisfied with where you are at right now or do you want to witness a positive evolution of yourself? If you desire a change, this episode is for you. I honestly believe that this has to be one of the most life changing episodes I have ever recorded because it is jam packed. If you’re like me, you’ll want to re-…
 
How do you make friends as an adult? And if you have made a friend, how can you keep them and strengthen that friendship? In today’s episode we talk about the importance of friendship as an adult as well as how to build and strengthen friendship in our lives. I interviewed Kat Vellos, the author of the amazing book We Should Get Together, on these …
 
In this episode we talk about increasing resilience through listening. We go into depth on many ways this is possible, but the one we really focus a lot on is getting present with our body. I loved this conversation. It calmed me down and I hope that it helps to calm you down as well. Here are some of the topics we covered: Growth Mindset: Carol Dw…
 
Even if you don't watch the news, there is a lot going around right now about the coronavirus that can really be unsettling. This is why I decided to republish an episode that I created before about how I overcome anxiety and panic. The best way to protect yourself against a virus that has no vaccine is your own immune system. That's why it is impo…
 
Talking to strangers may seem like an anxiety producing task, but not if you have a place that is set aside to be friendly with your community. Today’s episode highlights community activist Lyndsey Young, the founder of The Friendly Bench, CIC. In this episode we discuss why loneliness and social isolation are so hard and bad for your health as wel…
 
Have you ever felt lonely? Unfortunately, most people would answer yes. There is a loneliness epidemic going on in the world today and I am on a mission to help fight against it. So is Rite of Passage designer and TEDx speaker, Baya Voce. As I was researching loneliness, I found Baya's TEDx talk (with over 4 million views) on a simple cure for lone…
 
The future of work will be determined more by how we feel than how we are paid. This was said by Don Rheem in his TEDx talk given in 2018. I was sitting on the front row, riveted by his speech. I couldn't wait until it was edited and on YouTube so that I could start sharing it with my colleagues and manager. There isn't a labor surplus anymore and …
 
Read the full show notes at https://MoreHappyLife.co/indistractable Do you get distracted? Do you struggle to stay on task and get taken down the digital rabbit hole more often than you would like? If the answer is yes, you’re not alone. With all the technology that exists, if you aren’t deliberate about what you allow into your life, you’ll be bom…
 
In episode 123, I speak with Stacy Sherman about the power of a transformational customer experience. Everyone is used to interacting with a business in a transactional way, but when a business can make a transaction into a transformation, that's when magic happens! In our conversation we discuss how to make this happen by starting at the top and m…
 
This episode comes from a chapter of my book Live Your Mission and it is all about surrounding yourself with greatness. If you feel like you are in a rut, take a step back and look at who you spend your time with each day and each week. If you don't believe in your dreams, then you need to diversify your friend group to include those who believe in…
 
In today's episode I interview #1 New York Times best-selling author, Richard Eyre about his new book The Happiness Paradox. Richard's experience is that there are three main obstacles to happiness and joy: Control Ownership Independence When we are obsessed with seeking after these alone, it will be a never ending cycle of ultimate dissatisfaction…
 
If you feel like you are not enough or that your life needs to change for you to be happier and healthier, Episode 120 is for you. In this episode I interview the founder of The Daily Shifts, Doug Cartwright. The Daily Shifts is an app that encourages you to engage with your mind and body in a way that can turn your day around. In this episode we t…
 
There was once a girl With a hole in her heart. Little Love was her name. Where was she to start? It was not of her doing. She was not to blame. But the hole in her heart Was there just the same. In this interview, Rose and I talk about how easy it is to get caught up in allowing other people to tell us what our worth is. However, we never should f…
 
Have you ever experienced something difficult or traumatic? If you're listening to this, the answer is probably yes. I believe that a huge part of happiness is the skillset we have built up that enables us to bounce back from the difficult things that happen to us. A few weeks ago, I went to the TEDxSLC event and saw Em Capito speak about what she …
 
Today I interview the very knowledgable Dr. Adam Moore. We talk about how we go about making a change happen in our life. He relates changing to launching a rocket into space to escape the world's gravity. The elements are: Institute a unique approach Believe and Hope that you actually can change. Create Traction with Small Wins and ritualize it so…
 
Today I just wanted to share something one of my therapists shared with me years ago that has helped me. It was what they called my "Personal Bill of Rights". It has helped me over the years to remember that I have permission to be human. Often we don't give ourselves this permission and we need to remember this more. So this is me giving you permi…
 
How do you empower people to empower other people? The more I talk to people about positive psychology, the more I realize that the thing that most people want to know is how they can become a change agent themselves. In this episode, I interview Louis Alloro, an shining star in applied positive psychology who I had the honor of learning from for 7…
 
Do you want to boost your energy without having to pound another RedBull or go for the afternoon cup of Joe? This episode is for you. A lot of people struggle with fatigue, or are just sapped of energy on a regular basis. I believe that increasing energy is one of the most powerful ways to have a more happy life and I want to share things that can …
 
Studies show that our wellbeing can be greatly impacted by our commute, but that it's what we believe about our commute that makes the difference. Here are 8 tips that can help you tell the right story and make your commute the best part of your day. Mindfulness - don’t close your eyes, connect to yourself, connect to God, get in touch with your bo…
 
When was the last time you felt overwhelmingly happy? When I have asked this to people in the past, it has almost always paired with a time when they were having fun. We have talked about play before (episode 105), and in this episode Mike differentiates play from fun and shares some great tips on how we can fit more fun into our every day life. He…
 
In this episode we talk about all things sleep and much more! How does sleep impact our energy, mood, and clarity? How much sleep do we need each night? How did you discover your Narcolepsy? How can we improve our sleep patterns? Should naps be allowed and supported at work? Let's talk about dreams and remembering dreams What would you tell people …
 
Have you walked down the street and seen a homeless person and thought: "they just need to get a job"? You're not alone. Bob Dalton also thought this before his well-educated, hard-working mother became homeless in 2013. It was at this time that Bob decided he needed to do something not just to help his mom, but to help the homeless. This episode i…
 
"Insight never comes to a fatigued mind" - Helmholtz When was the last time you had a big idea? Not just any idea, but a life-altering breakthrough that carried you through the next year (or five years) of your life? Today's episode features Craig Case, the Coauthor of the book Big Ideas: How To Unleash Your Creative Self and Have More Aha! Moments…
 
In this episode we talk about the amazing power we all have to climb out of the depths of trauma and misery using what Allie Gardner calls "radical motivation". Allie Gardner is a highly acclaimed musician who, in 2017, lost 14 of her dear friends and family to death. Can you even imagine?! She shares how she was able to climb out of this by rememb…
 
What story are you telling yourself about your past life? What about your future? What story are you telling yourself about your day today? In today's episode I interview Lori Lee, and expert on storytelling, with a masters degree in folklore. She talks about the power of the stories we tell and how they impact our daily life. We discuss personal n…
 
Will you reach your full potential this year? Will you reach it in the next 5 years? 10 years? What will help you do this? In this episode I share the story of one of the greatest runners to walk this earth, Steve Prefontaine and how he died with unmet potential. I don't want that to happen to you. So here are six powerful tools to help you reach y…
 
How often do you play? Do you feel like you need permission to play as an adult? Do you need a breakthrough in your life? Play might just be the exact thing you need to make that happen. Jeff Harry and I discuss why this is the case in this amazing episode about the transformational power of play. Jeff Harry has worked with Google, Microsoft, South…
 
Businesses and brands have an amazing opportunity to create a positive experience for people who interact with them. Scott is on a mission to help businesses to create more happiness in the world through optimal customer experience. In today's episode, I speak with Scott Porter about how he has taken his passion for street tacos and combined it wit…
 
If you help one person, it was worth the effort. Do you ever feel discouraged when working on your dreams? Just remember the reason why you are doing what you are doing. This and many other amazing nuggets came from today's episode with Nadia Khristean. Nadia's advice to have more happiness: Enjoy the journey. Don't wait for some future event to em…
 
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