More specifically, let’s talk all about how to be happy, why it’s important to be happy and what you can do to choose happiness in your life.
We could all do with a little more happiness in life, couldn’t we? At some level?
This episode I am joined by the Queen of Happiness herself, Jo Howarth. Among the things we discuss are –
- That it is possible to choose happiness.
- That happiness is a decision.
- That your life is your responsibility,
- That you have the power and the ability to choose.
Jo Howarth runs a company called The Happiness Club, her job is to teach people how to be happy and she loves it. She is married to Trev and has two beautiful daughters.
The Happiness Club is her a monthly membership club where members receive a daily tool, tip or technique directly from Jo to help them with their personal development, to see the good things in life and leave the negative stuff behind.
She also works with corporate and private sector organisations that are committed to changing the way their employees feel and therefore work. She also works within schools to teach students techniques to develop their own resilience to stress and believes this should be as important as learning your ABCs.
Jo is an inspirational speaker, bestselling author of two books and in 2017 she won 2 national awards for her work in The Happiness Club.
With over 20 years of studying mindfulness and hypnotherapy, Jo believes it is a simple choice – that everyone can choose happiness every day. Jo’s mission is to teach people the tools and techniques that will set them on the path of happiness, whatever their definition may be.
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Award-winning coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and writer of this post, Keith spent his first 40 years suffering from several phobias including being terrified of speaking with strangers. After one incident too many, he started studying and training in NLP & hypnosis to conquer his own issues, found he was rather good at it, and changed careers (aided by redundancy at just the right moment after 20 years in IT). He helps people transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths, and having helped over 5,000 people across 5 continents, he is the UK’s #1 Fear Strategist.