This is the first episode of The Hacking Happy Podcast so I felt it would be fitting to share the back story with you. I want to give you a feel for who I am, what I’m about and where I intend to take you with this podcast long term.

In this episode I share openly my journey towards becoming a happiness hacker and the key lessons I’ve learnt along the way.

Together we’ll explore:

  • How happiness is found at the intersection of what you long for but are avoiding.
  • How being an imperfect experimenter can give you permission to lean into the discomfort of change you’ve longed for.
  • Why fear is the greatest lever you have available to you in making the change you seek and how to lean into it more often.
  • Why the longer you wait the longer it will take. There is no perfect plan in the realm of hacking happiness. It’s the action that breeds the clarity.

I truly hope you enjoy!  

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