An Emmy-award winning journalist hosts Happiness in Progress. You'll hear from some incredibly inspiring people and get motivation each episode to better your life and find your own happiness.
Risk & Love: Building a Business Together feat. C.J. & Lindsay McPhail
In this episode, the founders of Outsider Coffee talk about building a business together, facing big risks and growing as a couple.
C.J. and Lindsay McPhail have been married for more than 20 years. They have written several books, launched an outreach, retreat series and now a unique coffee drive thru experience.
In this episode,
- What taking big risks have taught them
- How building business together have impacted their relationship
- How to deal with your partner pointing out weaknesses
My 3 Keys for a Successful Relationship
It's the week of love so Danielle is sharing three ways she has been able to support a successful relationship within her marriage.
Successful relationships are made up of several elements including the basic building blocks of trust and mutual respect.
In this episode, learn some tips on how to fight right, how appreciating your partner can make all of the difference and John Gottman's research on supporting a healthy sex life.
The Root Cause of Stress feat. Dr. Nima Rahmany
Danielle Craig talks with Dr. Nima Rahmany about the root cause of stress and where stress originates.
Dr. Rahmany is a Chiropractor turned 'Edutainer.' He is the creator of The Overview Method (TM) and The Trigger Proof Show.
In this episode you'll hear about:
- Intergenerational Trauma
- How to break the cycle
- How to become trigger proof
- The difference between someone dealing with a stressful situation who has addressed intergenerational trauma nd someone who has not
- and much more
5+ Ways to Deal with Mom Burnout & Motherhood Fatigue
The newest data shows moms are more stressed out than ever before and it's taking a mental toll. More than 40% of new moms are dealing with depression symptoms compared to 15% before the pandemic.
That's why Danielle Craig offers this podcast episode about dealing with mom burnout and motherhood fatigue.
Danielle will offer five ways to fight the mama burnout.
Learn about how to enjoy the moment with your kids, what to do when you just can't enjoy the moment and how to redefine 'self care'.
Manipulating the Metabolism feat. Angelo Poli
Health and metabolism aren't always related, Angelo Poli explains in this episode of Happiness in Progress.
In this episode, Danielle Craig talks with renowned
Angelo Poli about what the metabolism is, how it works, how we can play a role in its function and why men seem to always lose weight faster than women.
You'll also learn how the metabolism adapts to keep us alive and how a healthy lifestyle isn't always related to a fast metabolism.
Three Ways to Make the Most of Your 'Word of the Year'
It has become popular to create a 'word of the year.' It can include anything from 'perseverance' to 'clarity' and 'gratitude.'
Danielle Craig will discuss 3 different ways you can make sure your 'word of the year' becomes an intentional part of your life.
She will discuss making sure you see your word often, defining your word and prompts to include in a journaling practice. These ideas will help you create an intentional life in 2021.
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Relaxing, relatable, real!
An honest, down-to-earth podcaster who knows how to attract great guests and get the most out of an interview. You will love this podcast!
You know how the Oprah Winfrey show used to teach you things you didn’t even know you needed to learn, and the next day you and everyone else had a new approach to daily life? - Maybe that was just me and my friends at age 12. Anyway, that’s Happiness in a Progress for me today; living better because of knowledge and perspective I unknowingly was missing. This is essential listening.
Found my happiness
Excellent hosts and exciting guests. Loved the interview with Alana Dawson, who created the Not-To-Do list idea. Loved it when she mentioned that putting things on the Not-To-Do list helped her focus on her priorities. I've created mine early this year and it's been a game-changer!