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Toginet Top TenHarvesting Happiness with Lisa Cypers Kamen broadcasts consciously prepared brain food from the beaches of Malibu, California.

HHTR promotes happiness, well-being and global human flourishing with a diverse and proactive collection of the greatest thought leaders and change agents who are devoting their lives to creating a better world in which to live.

Each episode focuses on personal-growth, human-interest, self-improvement, healthy lifestyle and positive psycho-social education. HHTR is celebrating 8 happy years with TogiNet Radio.

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Lisa Cypers Kamen, MA is an Applied Positive Psychology and lifestyle management consultant specializing in the fields of addiction and trauma recovery, life-crises triage, integrated wellbeing and mindful living. Her mission-driven international practice supports others in cultivating a life filled with greater passion, purpose, place and meaning.

She provides her global audience of millions with uplifting purpose-driven media that educates and inspires others to harvest greater happiness in their lives even under life’s most challenging circumstances.

Ms. Cypers Kamen is also the founder of Harvesting Happiness for Heroes, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation serving military service personnel and families in their transformation of post-traumatic stress into post-traumatic growth.

Your show host is not only a qualified professional but a reformed depressed person happily practicing the principles she espouses.

Lisa’s Credentials Include:
  • Author of Got Happiness Now?Are We Happy Yet?Reintegration Strategies and Perspectives on Addiction
  • Internationally recognized documentary filmmaker, H-Factor…Where is your Heart?
  • TEDx independently organized TED event presenter
  • Blog Contributor to Huffington Post, PositivelyPositive.com and InspireMeToday.com
  • Guest Presenter, World Congress of International Positive Psychology
  • Host of Joyriding the Coast on KBU 97.5FM 

happiness is an inside job
Upgrading Modern Leadership and Company Culture for More Mindfulness, Compassionate Communication, and Joy with Rich Sheridan & Marc Lesser

 

In this week's episode you will learn about: 

⦾ The difference between a boss and a leader

⦾ Applying emotional intelligence to leadership

⦾ What truly makes a great team

⦾ Making room for zen and mindfulness in the workplace

Richard Sheridan is CEO, co-founder, and Chief Storyteller of Menlo Innovations, which has won the When Work Works award for eleven straight years and five revenue recognitions from Inc. magazine. Menlo and Rich have been featured on the cover of Inc., Entrepreneur, Forbes, and New York magazines. He frequently speaks around the world at business conferences and to major corporations such as MassMutual, Adobe, Nike, and Intel. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Book: Chief Joy Officer: How Great Leaders Elevate Human Energy and Eliminate Fear

Marc Lesser is a CEO, mindfulness teacher, executive coach, author, and speaker. He is internationally recognized for pioneering work in mindful leadership, creating exceptional business cultures, and supporting profound wellbeing.

Book: Seven Practices of a Mindful Leader: Lessons from Google and a Zen Monastery Kitchen

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Discovering the Power of Words and How Reading Aloud Impacts Our Hearts and Minds with Meghan Cox Gurdon & Tim Lomas

 

In this week's episode you will learn about: 

⦾ The positive impact of reading aloud to young and old alike

⦾ The connection between happiness and what we hear

⦾ Using words to create a positive human connection

⦾ The world map of language

Meghan Cox Gurdon is the author of "The Enchanted Hour: The Miraculous Power of Reading Aloud in the Age of Distraction" (Harpercollins), and the children's book critic for The Wall Street Journal. Her essays and criticism have appeared widely in publications such as The Washington Examiner, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post, and National Review. She also has five children and has read to them all from the moment they arrived.

Book: The Enchanted Hour: The Miraculous Power of Reading Aloud in the Age of Distraction 

Dr. Tim Lomas has been a lecturer in positive psychology at the University of East London since April 2013. Tim completed his Ph.D. at the University of Westminster in 2012, where his thesis focused on the impact of meditation on men's mental health. Since 2013, Tim has published numerous papers and books on topics including positive psychology theory, mindfulness, Buddhism, linguistics, and gender. His work has been featured in articles in prominent publications including TIME, The New Yorker, Scientific American, The Atlantic, The Psychologist, and The Times. 

Book: Translating Happiness: A Cross-Cultural Lexicon of Well-Being and The Happiness Dictionary: Words from Around the World to Help Us Lead A Richer Life

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Ageless Beauty: What Every Woman Over 40 Needs to Know About Mid-life Sex, Menopause, and More with Dr. Tara Allmen & Dr. Emily Schryer

 

In this week's episode you will learn about: 

⦾ Perimenopause and menopause

⦾ Why how we feel about ageing matters

⦾ Living libido loca - managing shifts in sexual desire 

⦾ Accepting maturation and ageing gracefully

Tara Allmen, MD, is one of America’s leading experts in midlife women’s health. She is a Board Certified Gynecologist and Nationally Certified Menopause Practitioner (NCMP). Dr. Allmen has educated thousands of medical professionals around the country in perimenopausal and menopausal medicine. A graduate of New York's prestigious Stuyvesant High School, Dr. Allmen earned her bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University and her medical degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of California, San Francisco.

Book: Menopause Confidential: A Doctor Reveals the Secrets to Thriving Through Midlife

Dr. Emily Schryer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Development at California State University Long Beach. She received a Ph.D. in social psychology at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. Dr. Schryer’s expertise is in the area of adult development and aging. Her research explores psychological, social and cultural processes involved in maintaining happiness and well-being across the adult life course.

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Nutrition and Mental Health: The Crucial Connection Between Your Brain and Your Gut with Dr. Gill Hart & Dr. Emeran Mayer

 

In this week's episode you will learn about: 

⦾ Food intolerance vs food allergy

⦾ The intimate relationship between the mind and the gut

⦾ Gut inflammation and mental illness

⦾ Connection between stress and disease

Dr. Gill Hart BSc (Hons), PhD, Cert Mgmt (Open), FIBMS has expertise that covers a wide range of topics which includes food intolerance; homocysteine as a risk factor for Alzheimer’s, dementia, heart disease and infertility; biochemistry of satiety, appetite, and weight loss; liver biochemistry and blood alcohol markers hormone analysis; endocrine testing and pituitary function; nutrition and mental health; gut function, bone markers and diabetes testing; inflammatory markers and vitamin D.

Dr. Emeran Mayer received his MD/Ph.D. degree from the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, Germany, did his residency at the Vancouver General Hospital in Vancouver, Canada, and his GI fellowship training at the UCLA/VA Wadsworth Training Program. Dr. Mayer has a career-long interest in clinical and research aspects of brain-body interactions, with a longstanding focus on brain-gut interactions in health and disease. Besides being a widely recognized expert for functional GI disorders, he is also recognized as one of the leading investigators in the world of chronic visceral pain and the brain-gut axis. He has published 210 original manuscripts in the leading GI and Neuroscience journals, 95 book chapters and reviews, and has co-edited three books. He is the director of the Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer Family Center for Neurobiology of Stress and has been continuously funded by the NIH since 1989. He is currently PI of an NIH Center grant on sex differences in functional GI disorders, on a consortium grant of brain bladder interactions, and an RO1 grant on brain imaging in IBS. Dr. Mayer is a regular member of the NIDDK CIMG study section, has been president of the Functional Brain-Gut group, and Associate Editor of Gastroenterology.

Book: The Mind-Gut Connection: How the Hidden Conversation Within Our Bodies Impacts Our Mood, Our Choices, and Our Overall Health

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Dying Well in America: How to Find a Divine Path to the End of Life with Rev. Dr. Herbert Anderson & Dr. Jessica Nutik Zitter MD

 

In this week's episode you will learn about: 

⦾ Palliative care and the quality it brings to end of life

⦾ Conversing about end of life wishes with loved ones

⦾ Reframing and embracing death as a part of life

⦾ How modern medical practitioners can meet the needs of patients and caregivers

Rev. Dr. Herbert A. Anderson is the author or co-author of over 90 articles and 13 books on topics such as death and grief, family living, ritual and narrative, empathy, leaving home and living alone, men’s spirituality, suicide, outpatient care, hospitality, and sense and nonsense in the wisdom of Dr. Seuss. He last taught at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley and continues as a member of the Core Doctoral Faculty of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley as a Research Professor of Practical Theology and is Professor Emeritus of Pastoral Theology at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago where he taught for 15 years. His most recent book was co-authored with Karen Speerstra and is entitled The Divine Art of Dying: How to Live Well While Dying. Herbert is retired and living in Sonoma, California.

Book: The Divine Art of Dying: How to Live Well While Dying

Jessica Nutik Zitter, M.D., MPH, is an expert on the medical experience of death and dying. She attended Stanford University and Case Western Reserve Medical School and completed her residency in internal medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. She was a fellow in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the University of California San Francisco. Zitter is double-boarded in the two specialties of pulmonary/critical care medicine and palliative care medicine—a rare combination. She writes for The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Pacific Standard, The Atlantic, and Journal of Palliative Medicine, and is featured in Extremis, an award-winning documentary about end-of-life decision-making in an ICU.

Book: Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life 

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Recent Shows
Title Date
Upgrading Modern Leadership and Company Culture for More Mindfulness, Compassionate Communication, and Joy with Rich Sheridan & Marc Lesser
09-11-2019
Discovering the Power of Words and How Reading Aloud Impacts Our Hearts and Minds with Meghan Cox Gurdon and Tim Lomas
09-04-2019
Ageless Beauty: What Every Woman Over 40 Needs to Know About Mid-life Sex, Menopause, and More with Dr. Tara Allmen and Dr. Emily Schryer
08-28-2019
Nutrition and Mental Health: The Crucial Connection Between Your Brain and Your Gut with Dr. Gill Hart and Dr. Emeran Mayer
08-21-2019
Dying Well in America: How to Find a Divine Path to the End of Life with Rev. Dr. Herbert Anderson and Dr. Jessica Nutik Zitter MD
08-14-2019
Practicing Positive Psychology and Mindfulness to Build Long-lasting, Loving Relationships with James Pawelski, Ph.D. and Suzie Pileggi Pawelski and Dr. Cheryl Fraser
08-07-2019
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Harvest greater happiness by participating in our Phantom Friend-Raiser, which is being hosted by www.hh4heroes.orgEnjoy your own harvest celebration from the comfort of wherever you are while backing a great cause by giving a gift of happiness support to our returning Vets.

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