David Markovich talks about his interest in information, the need to explore who we are , and why people make him happy. David is the founder of Online Geniuses (www.onlinegeniuses.com)
Lonnie Ogulnick shares about his family, writing The Heart of the Beast, and why physical activity makes him happy.
Lonnie Gordon Ogulnick Founder of GordonWealth—Financial life advisor, securities by licensed individuals offered through investacorp,inc a registered broker dealer/member finra sipc.
Lonnie is the author of The Heart of a Beast.
David talks about wearing a banana suit, talking to strangers, and why spontaneity makes him happy.
Meir shares about his onesie collection, traveling, and why using all his G-d-given talents to do good make him happy.
Sigal talks about being a mother, running her business, and why the sum of all the little moments make her happy
Meg talks about puppies, bright colors, and how being her authentic self makes her happy.
Luca talks about crispy tacos, being a third-generation female entrepreneur, and how creative collaborations make her happy
Adriana Urbina talks about being able to walk freely down the streets, being a happy person, and why food makes her happy.
Mykim shares the beauty in sharing her art with others, the connection between movement and her creative flow, and why dichotomy makes her happy.
Nate shares his experiences while traveling around the world, euphoric childhood memories, and why experiencing people makes him happy.
Nicole shares her obsession with obsessions, the power of giving yourself permission to change, and why the balance between joy and fun makes her happy.
Ronnie tells us about her mother, sharing open dialogue before the 2016 election, and why listening makes her happy.
Violeta tells us how being different led her to creative projects, the reasons she doesn’t believe in writer’s block, and why new beginnings make her happy.
Angela talks to us about taking care of bunnies, reading stories about inspiring people, and why being helpful towards others makes her happy.
I challenged my friends to make resolutions that will make them happy in 2017. This is what they said.
Brendan talks to us about volunteering in Nicaragua, minimizing his time on social media while traveling, and why traveling makes him happy.
Thomas talks to us about how he got into type, what it was like to be Josh Darden’s first apprentice, and why people make him happy.
Ben shares thoughts on being a middle child, memories of pretending to be an ice cream cone in dance class, and why writing makes him happy.
Jason tells us how detoxing from social media changed his life, about Insta-Coffee-Hobbes, and why sharing life with his girlfriend, Caroline, makes him happy.
This week we are celebrating Thanksgiving in the US. It is a long-standing tradition to go around the room saying what we are thankful for. We gave this tradition a new twist: Team Happy is sharing what we are thankful for this year.
We're going through tough times, but we can't be divided. Let's stick together and make the wold better.
Ryan tells us about how awesome it feels to see his family at the finish line of a bike race, the dad life, and why storytelling makes him happy.
This episode is one in a two-part conversation. Tune in to HiRes (www.hirespod.com) to hear the second part where Ryan and I talk about my career. Episode drops November 8th.
Rob shares his goal of meeting ten thousand people, his experience rubbing elbows with big-shot entrepreneurs, and why adventure makes him happy.
Shirley tells us why she started making jams, how to make the yummiest grilled cheese, and why making people laugh makes her happy.