Navigating the workplace can be challenging and at times intimidating. New jobs, new projects, new people and even new outside events influence the ups and downs in life. However, a mentor can be useful in these situations as a tool to guide you through the hardships and successes. This week’s guest on “Happiness through Hardship” – The Podcast, Tami Nealy, has spent two decades working in corporate communications. Tami’s hardwork and talents drove her successes, yet she has realized that finding and being a mentor could enhance her profession and personal world. On this episode, Tami shares how to find a mentor and connect authentically with people that can help you love your life.
Ep. 77: The Importance of Mentors and Connecting Authentically
Help Us Donate Books to Cancer Patients
Please help us donate books to cancer patients. Recent podcast guest Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky and I want to give away a resourceful and inspirational cancer book to those in need and would love your help. Here’s how – Venmo me to @caryn-sullivan-3 ($15 a book or any amount) or see link below for other methods of donation.
Ep. 76 – Debunking Cancer Myths & Donating Cancer Books
A medical diagnosis can bring lots of unanswered questions and on this episode, we’ve tackled many of them. Today’s guest on “Happiness through Hardship” – The Podcast is one of Instagram’s favorite doctor’s, Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky. A board-certified medical oncologist, Dr. Teplinsky specializes in treating women with breast and gynecologic cancers while also focusing on cancer risk-reduction and healthy living. Dr. Teplinsky has a committed following on social media and also hosts the INTERLUDE podcast. On this episode, she helps us debunk some cancer myths and provides overall best practices. She’s filled with wise words and clarity. We would be grateful for your help supporting cancer patients, too, by donating “Happiness through Hardship”, a cancer guide and journal to her cancer center and worldwide podcast listeners. (See link or below for more info.)
Ep. 75: Finding Your True Self with Kimberly Snyder
What if you could create an epic and inspiring life making changes from within? It’s not as hard as you think! This week’s guest on “Happiness through Hardship” – The Podcast, a well-known, wellness wonder woman talks about how to begin. New York Times bestselling author and spiritual celebrity, Kimberly Snyder, is the founder of healthy lifestyle company, Solluna, as well as a meditation teacher, podcast host, celebrity nutritionist, holistic wellness expert, and three-time New York Times best selling author. Her latest book, hot off the press, You Are More Than You Think You Think You Are includes practical lessons in enlightenment for everyday life. On this episode Kimberly shares her wisdom on a variety of wellness topics including how to ignite your “True Self” and create a peaceful life.
Ep. 74: Intermittent Fasting and Living Cleanish
Have you ever struggled with yo-yo dieting? Do you feel lack of energy, itchy skin or mid-day blues? If you can relate, this episode about living cleanish is for you. This week’s guest on “Happiness through Hardship” – The Podcast is Gin Stephens, a vivacious educator now author/podcast host as well as IF and healthy lifestyle expert. Gin shares her story struggling with weight and how Intermittent Fasting (IF) finally helped. While adapting to a healthy aka cleanish lifestyle, she learned she could feel good, be well and not deny herself. In her new book, Clean(ish) and on this episode, she charismatically talks about real foods, a healthier home and life with less toxins.
Ep 73. Transform Your Life & Health – Touched by Cancer or Not
Do you want to feel vibrant, look your best and perhaps save your life? On this week’s episode of “Happiness through Hardship” – The Podcast we dive into a past episode that can help you do just that, whether you’re touched by cancer or not! I’m honored to re-release this episode with husband/wife duo, Dr. Lorenzo Cohen and Alison Jeffries and co-authors of Anticancer Living – Transform Your Life and Health with the Mix of Six. Together they have helped many people, including me, thrive with cancer, cope with other chronic illnesses and feel their very best!