Podcast #258 // Marc and Angel Chernoff on Getting Back to Happy

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Marc and Angel Chernoff know a thing or two about rebuilding after hitting bottom. In 2006, the husband and wife team were struggling personally and professionally. Almost simultaneously, they lost two loved ones (one to suicide, the other to illness) and their primary source of income in the wake of the recession. Suddenly, life as they knew it came to a screeching halt and they were forced to reinvent themselves. They began documenting their journey on a blog, committing themselves to doing this daily task to keep them motivated and positive.

The result? Marc & Angel Hack Life, recognized by Forbes as “one of the most popular personal development blogs,” with more than a million engaged readers each month. What began as a small, daily habit blossomed into a successful website and full-blown career as professional life coaches.

In their new book, Getting Back to Happy: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Reality, and Turn Your Trials Into Triumphs, Marc and Angel share their empowering advice for facing struggles. In this episode, we discuss many strategies for changing mindset patterns, what happiness really means, the pressure to feel happy all the time, and ways to get unstuck. This was a fun, uplifting, and inspiring episode with lots of take aways on true happiness.

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