What does happiness really look like?
What if your version of happiness and success isn't what you thought it was?
In this episode of the Human First Podcast, Penny Locaso joins Beth Lepely as she shares how a move from US to Australia forced her to re-assess who she is as a human being and what defines happiness. This episode will make you re-think about what actually drives your happiness.

This Week Explore:
  • How improv comedy can help you build the skills to thrive in the future
  • Why the bad stuff and negative emotions are necessary for maintaining happiness
  • How your definition of happiness may not be what you think it is
  • How Beth's response to the question "who are you as a human being" will surprise you
  • Why "life blueprints" are most effective when used in this one particular way
  • What does happiness look like for Beth
    Where To Find Beth

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