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The Hungry for Happiness Podcast

Hosted by Samantha Skelly, the Hungry For Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations and comedy to shake up the way you connect to yourself and the world. Samantha Skelly is a best selling author, international speaker and the founder of Hungry For Happiness.
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Now displaying: January, 2020
Jan 29, 2020

Breathwork is all about releasing your mind and letting your body do the work. Today I had on Edward Dangerfield to hear about his journey of breathwork and how he helps others through this healing modality. We talked about how contrast makes him feel most alive, how breathwork massages our internal organs and how breathwork can make you feel safer in your body. We also chat about taking codependency out of coaching, getting back your power through the breath and what Edward does to navigate the waves of life.

 

About Edward Dangerfield:

Edward is a Nervous System Specialist using breathwork, movement and meditation to balance and regulate the nervous system.

He has studied Breathwork, Yoga, Qi Gong, neuroendocrinology, Native Canadian Healing techniques, childhood development and meditation.

Inside this episode, Edward shares:

  • How contrast makes Edward feel most alive 
  • Edward’s best practices for riding through the waves of life
  • The importance of connection for self-regulation
  • How Edward used to struggle with meditation
  • His journey into breathwork and what he does to practice breathwork
  • How breathwork has helped Samantha feel safer in her body
  • Why breathwork works and how breath massages all of our internal organs
  • Tips for integration after a breathwork practice
  • Edward’s thoughts on why breathwork isn’t as accessible as yoga or meditation
  • How Edward explains breathwork to someone who doesn’t know what it is
  • Releasing your mind and letting your body do the work
  • Learning to take the codependency out of coaching and taking back your power

 

You can find more about Edward at:

Website | Instagram  

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

 

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

Jan 22, 2020

It seems as if we’ve all conditioned ourselves to give others our power. It’s time to take your power back and today we’re going to be talking about how to do that. In this episode, I’ll be sharing the 3 ways that you’re giving your power away. We talk about remembering who you are and taking other people off the pedestal. I discuss why you need to have discernment for everything and how creating ideas of where we should be in life by a certain age can get in the way of our internal happiness. 

 

Inside this episode:

 

  • The idea of self-agency and trusting in yourself 
  • Knowing how powerful you actually are
  • Asking yourself who you have on a pedestal and taking them off
  • Using your discernment for everything
  • Taking ownership back by not blaming others
  • Creating ideas of what we should do or be and how this gets in the way of our happiness

 

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Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

 

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss an episode!

Jan 15, 2020

We all struggle with relationships at some point in our lives. Whether you are choosing emotionally unavailable partners, avoiding conflict over the fear of being alone, not asking yourself what you actually desire in your relationship or whatever else  - we all deal with it. Today I was joined by Jayson Gaddis, the Founder of The Relationship School. He shares how you can use conflicts to grow through your relationship and the strength you can find in being vulnerable with your partner. He talks about some of the biggest mistakes he’s seen in his work that mess up relationships and how to know if you should move on from a relationship with someone based on their actions. If you’ve been longing for some guidance in your relationship then this episode is for you. 

 

About Jayson Gaddis:

Jayson Gaddis, author, podcaster, speaker, entrepreneur, is the Founder of The Relationship School, an impact-based company dedicated to helping people work out their differences and have fulfilling long-term partnerships. He is on a mission to reach 1,000,000 teens and young adults with formal relationship education. He's the creator of Interpersonal Intelligence and trains people on how to be relational leaders and coaches. He's been married since 2007 and has 2 beautiful kids.

 

Inside this episode, Jayson shares:

  • Why so many women choose emotionally unavailable men
  • How he used pain to avoid relationships and responsibilities
  • What it really means to find “the one” and his experience with meeting his wife 
  • How to grow through conflicts in relationships
  • Using the NEST meditation to check-in with yourself
  • How to know if it’s worth it to keep trying in a relationship or move on
  • Keeping open communication and shared reality to get on the same page
  • Why many people avoid necessary conversations in their relationship
  • Asking yourself what you actually want in your relationship
  • The biggest things that mess up relationships
  • Having open, honest and vulnerable conversations around sex
  • Using present-centered dialogues to deal with intimacy issues
  • Accepting your partner for who they truly are and the power of unconditional love
  • Jayson’s stance on polyamorous relationships and why monogamy is not the problem 

 

You can find more about Jayson at:
Website | Facebook | Instagram | Smart Couple Podcast

 

Links:

EP 118: HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH MARK GROVES

EP 116: LOVE IS THE FOUNDATION OF CREATIVITY WITH GAY HENDRICKS

Get Him to Care

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

 

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

Jan 8, 2020

You have the power to create your own reality and future. We all have the option to use what happens to us in life to make us better people. Today’s guests are father-daughter duo Richard Jaffe and Charly Jaffe. Richard and Charly are the authors of Turning Crisis Into Success: A Serial Entrepreneur’s Lessons on Overcoming Challenge While Keeping Your Sh*t Together. We dive into what brought the book about and why they decided to work together in creating it. They discuss the strength needed to ask for help and why you need to think of self-care as a necessity instead of a luxury. We also chat about understanding your missions behind a project and how working hard won’t get you as far as truly understanding the needs of customers. 

 

Inside this episode, Richard and Charly share:

 

  • Accepting what you can’t change and creating a new reality
  • Overcoming crises and turning them to successes
  • How asking for help makes you stronger and more impactful
  • Viewing self care as a priority and not a luxury
  • Understanding your mission behind a project
  • How to get paid by creating solutions

 

You can find more about Richard and Charly at:

Richard’s Website | Charly’s Website

 

Links:

Turning Crisis Into Success: A Serial Entrepreneur’s Lessons on Overcoming Challenge While Keeping Your Sh*t Together

Inner Peace and Happiness: Reflections to Grow Your Soul

 

Check out our Hungry for Happiness community for more details, programs, and tips on how to thrive as a wellness coach!

Website | Samantha’s Instagram | HFH Instagram | Facebook | Book | Certification Program  

The Hungry for Happiness podcast combines personal development, deep conversations, and comedy to shake up the way you connect with yourself and the world. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts so you don’t miss an episode!

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