What if you could be happier right now, without radically changing your life? This is exactly what today’s guest Nataly Kogan teaches.
Nataly is the founder and CEO of Happier, a global learning platform and app that has helped more than one million people live happier lives. She believes that happiness is not an optional, nice-to-have feeling. It’s a must-have – and it’s a skill we can all learn and improve.
I fully expected to be blown away by Nataly’s knowledge – and I was. I did not, however, expect this episode to touch me so deeply. This is one of my favorite episodes to date – and that’s saying something!
Nataly’s work has been featured in hundreds of media outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, TedxBoston and more.
In this interview, Nataly shares some of the top tips from her latest book, Happier Now: How To Stop Chasing Perfection and Embrace Everyday Moments (Even the Difficult Ones). She brings such charisma and a realistic outlook to this conversation. You’ll also hear about how she came to the US as a refugee from the Soviet Union and built an incredibly successful business, and why she now focuses more on finding joy and purpose in her life instead of chasing achievements.
If you’re up for creating more happiness in your life (and really, who wouldn’t want that?), you’re going to loooove what Nataly has to share. 🙂
Check out the episode below: