It’s that time again – people all over the world started the New Year with resolutions they hope will make their life happier. They’d be happier if they lost weight, worked out more, changed addresses, jobs or even spouses. And yet most, by the end of the first month, will let their best intentions fall by the wayside in their pursuit of happiness. Statistics show that depression is at an all-time high and is taking its toll on more and more people every day. Finding happiness often isn’t easy. But it could be!
Happiness Recipe Radio partnered with 21 international thought leaders and experts to help make the quest for happiness easy, effortless and fun with the new book, Happiness Recipe – whippin’ up happiness with wit, wisdom and wonderful food! By sharing their own personal happiness recipe, these leaders share powerful stories and give actionable steps toward what happiness is for them. Their experience of happiness allows others to compare and contrast their own ideas for happiness. Increased awareness of what creates happiness makes the world a happier place, one person at a time.
Co-creators and host of Happiness Recipe International, June Cline, CSP, and Sandy Weaver Carman spend time with amazing international thought leaders and experts weekly. Each episode is a fun conversation full of wit, wisdom and wonderful food memories shared by each guest. It took a year for June and Sandy to realize these powerful and profound conversations about business and balance and life skills necessary to thrive and to be happy in an ever changing world had to be shared with the world in a book.
The Happiness Recipe book just debuted on Amazon as a collection of the best interviews from year one of Happiness Recipe Radio. The book became a #1 Best Seller in the category of Information Management and reached #4 in Stress Management, two major categories when dealing with life’s issues.
What started as a radio show expanded into a book, and Happiness Recipe International continues to grow, with listeners’ happiness experiences evolving in to a worldwide happiness movement in 30 countries, 42 states and growing rapidly. People want to be happier. In fact, according to the 2012 Depression Statistics, an estimated 121 million people around the world currently suffer from some form of depression, and depression diagnoses grow by 20% annually.
“We’re trying to make the world just a little bit happier,” says Sandy Weaver Carman, co-host of Happiness Recipe radio. “Our guests are people doing interesting things with their lives, and they share that passion, along with their personal recipe for happiness, in our chats.” June Cline says “It’s the one place people can go for a 30 minute break. We invite them to join our community at www.happinessrecipe.net. With our amazing guests, we consistently create laughter, explore their experience of happiness, and discover weird, wacky and wonderful food. It’s what we call the Happiness Recipe. It’s a movement. Join us. The world needs us.”
To find out more about June Cline and Sandy Weaver Carman and the Happiness movement, visit: http://www.HappinessRecipe.net