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We were all born without worries and fears. Let us not confuse this with responsibility. Simply put. We were all born with our own individual happy space. A space without worries and fears. Then something or someone happened. And we invited worry and fear in our happy space. And since we can't seem to rid them out.
How do we reclaim back our happy space? Do we even know when that space became inhabited by worries and fears? Can we trace back in time when we no longer had our happy space?
For some of us we are just living . . . surviving. The smiles that adorn our faces are fixtures, not emotional state of our minds. So where is our happy space really? And what is in it?
Join Dr. Karlene Richardson as she explores her own happy space and its inhabitants.
Live, today, Sunday April 24, 2016 at 8 PM.
On this grumpy but shareable episode:♦ Donald Trump Wants To Raise The Dead♦ Flint, Michigan Screwed By Braindead Utah Senator♦ Ted Cruz Favors Slavery Over Abortion♦ Sarah Palin Thinks She's A Scientist♦ John Kaisch Gets It Wrong♦ Jesus Didn't Have Condoms So No Sex For You♦ Male Sheriff Wants To Patrol Women's Restrooms♦ Let's Just Call Sweden
Ever walked by a woman who simply smiled at you and said hello instead of giving you a the "stink" eye.... Well, in this segment we'll be spotlighting those kind ofwomen. We all have a reason to be happy, sharing our happiness with others is what makes us more happy... Tonight we'll be going over some tools that are designed to help women put the bitter side away and encourage other women. Tonight we will learn to, "B Happy Queens"!!!
We all have ups and downs because our brain is designed to work that way. Our happy brain chemicals are not meant to be on all the time. They evolved to reward survival behaviors by spurting when you see a way to meet a need. The spurt is soon over and you have to do more to get more. That drove your ancestors to do what it takes to keep their genes alive, over and over. Your ups and downs are easier to accept when you understand the brain you’ve inherited from your ancestors. You can turn on your happy chemicals in new ways when you understand the pathways that control them.
Join us as we interview Dr. Loretta Breuning to discuss her book and her ground breaking work on the Habits of a Happy Brain.
Read the full blog article HERE.
HR Happy Hour 239 - The Human Jukebox Project, #EntryLevelBoss and Other Stories
Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane
Join us for the HR Happy Hour Show this week as we welcome Alexa Shoen to the show. We are thrilled to have Alexa on the show because of her diverse background. Whether in her role as a freelance Content Strategist & Communications Advisor in Berlin, her newly released album The Human Jukebox Project, or her highly successful #EntryLevelBoss movement, Alexa is on the move. She uses her creativity to inspire others, not only her fellow Millennials, but a whole new generation of people who are looking for inspiration in their careers.
We chat with Alexa about the impact of music and how it's possible to collaborate via social using that medium. We also talk about the ways the #EntryLevelBoss movement is training people to think about work differently. Please join hosts Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane and our guest, Alexa Schoen, this week for what will be an interesting and important topic.
Be sure to listen to and subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show on iTunes, or via your favorite podcast app. Just search for 'HR Happy Hour' to download and subscribe to the show and you will never miss a new episode.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Happy Hour variety show, that airs live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the hotel headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 410 National Park units.
On This Episode:
- National Geographic Celebrates “The Year Of The Parks” - Ford Cochran - Director of Programming for National Geographic Expeditions, discusses the 8th edition ‘National Geographic Guide to National Parks of the United States’ and ‘National Geographic Kids National Parks Guide USA Centennial Edition'
- Connecting with Coincidence - Dr. Bernard D. Beitman discusses his new book, ‘Connecting with Coincidence: The New Science for Using Synchronicity and Serendipity in Your Life’.
- Starting Now– Singer-songwriter Idalee talks about his second chance in life, and his new EP ‘Starting Now’.
- Jump The Fire – Evie Ladin discusses her band’s new album ‘Jump The Fire’ that combines tradition folk with African influences.
- Yuma Criminal Cool-Aid Cocktail – Heather Witherington, Yuma Landing Bar & Grill
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A lot of us are so aware that we pick up other people's realities. We pick up the sadness, the trauma, the drama, the upset and intrigue as that's the place from which most people operate.
In this show, we'll look at what it takes to be a happy humanoid using some of the tools of Access Consciousness
On this special edition show from the Happy Hour Network, Todd Vandenberg and Lee Vowell discuss the Oscars and predict the winners. Why is there a lack of color in the nominees? Why is Creed not nominated? What will happen on tonight's show? We stupidly preview it all!
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