When it comes to life, are you a Poker or Blackjack player? How do you handle other people's wins, especially when you feel you are losing? If you struggle celebrating other people's wins when you feel like you're losing, listen and find out a simple little hack I use that has been helping me with this a lot.
Thanks, yet again to James Kocian, for making our podcast so much cooler with his really cool music he created for us. In this episode we use his songs "Still A Kid" and "Bed Reflective". Find more of his amazing stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
Spending a few peaceful nights in a pop-up camper in Ventura California, I came across a weird discovery and decided to share it with my fellow Happy Lifers. (Did you happen to spot the hidden Happy in the picture?)
Have you ever given yourself away and not received anything back? Poured your life into something but not see any results? What do you do when that happens?!? There's an ancient statement that gives some powerful modern day results. Let's talk about it and figure this thing out.
Once again, thank you to James Kocian, for all the cool music he created for Happy Life Studios. In this episode we us "Bed Reflective". Check out more of his amazing stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here
"You're driving me crazy...but I love you." Have you ever felt like this?? You're not alone! Join us on this special episode. Not only is it Mother's Day (who deserve all the Happy we can give) but we interview some fellow Happy Lifer's who are raising 6 amazing children and still going strong. Mostly because of this one concept. Listen and see what makes them tick and join the Happy revolution.
This episode was taken from a quote I got from Alicia Keys. Any sick salmon can float downstream, but one that gives life swims up it. If you're reading this, you've been given life like the rest of us, it's our choice whether we make it better or make it worse. If we add or take away from it.
The song we use in this episode is "Gravity" by John Mayer. We don't own any rights to it, but it's a killer song.
A Sunday School answer is an answer someone gives when they don't know or don't want to figure out what the true answer is. We just say "Jesus" or "The Bible" and hope the teacher will move on or tell us the correct answer. For instance...Sunday School question "Why did Jesus die?" Sunday School answer "So we could be forgiven of our sins". This is very true, however, there is so much more and you're going to like what you hear.
Here is the link for "Skyla Smiles" ~ the YouTube page we talked about. Take a look, comment, like or subscribe and make this amazing 9 year old happy. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRgLJDxmbJGwEoVg9Vp1SNg
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If you asked anyone who has been to church a few times why Jesus died, they would more than likely tell you, "so we could be forgiven of our sins. And they would be right, but there is so much more and it is amazing! Listen and see what we're talking about.
Here is the link for "Skyla Smiles" ~ the up-and-coming 9 year old we talked about. We actually started a YouTube page for her, so why not take a look, comment, like or subscribe and make a pretty cute and amazing girl happy. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRgLJDxmbJGwEoVg9Vp1SNg
Thanks again James Kocian, for letting us use your music! In this episode we used "Head Boppin", "Light As A Feather" and "Another Perfect Day". Check out more of his amazing stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
We call it "Palm Sunday" but I propose we could call it "High Five Sunday". Listen and find out why.
The song we talk about and use in the end of the episode is "Jesus, Come Lay Your Head On Me" written by Donald Lawrence and sung by Andrae Crouch.
The picture we used was painted by Lance Brown. He's a speed painter and here's his webpage https://www.paintedchrist.com/
We all have a voice and a message that goes along with it. The question is What is it and How are you sharing it? Sometimes we won't share our message because we don't know what it is, and other times because we don't believe it's valuable. Either way, how we share the message is just as vital as the message itself. Believe your message is important and don't fall in to the trap DJ Icy Ice and I talk about in this episode.
Forget the fixing and focus on the feeling instead, because once you give yourself permission to feel, the fixing will often follow automatically.
The internet radio station we talked about and are currently on several times a day is www.TheBlast.fm
A huge thank you to James Kocian, once again, for the use of "TEDish", "NPRrrr - STRINGS, SYNTH and MUSIC BOX". Check out more of his amazing stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
We also used snippets from "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley and "Gravedigger" by Dave Matthews. We don't own the rights to either of these songs.