Starting today, at the end of the day, write down three positive things that happened to you. Why are you doing this? To train your brain to look for patterns, in this case, positive things in your life. If you do it regularly, it can be very powerful for self-care, and developing tools for communication and for creativity. You might already be thinking is this just another feel-good “mindfulness” practice that you hear at corporate retreats or an Anthony Robbins seminar. But, believe it or not, this is a skill of improvisation, and it’s one of twelve key practices taught by my guest, Happiness Coach Pam Victor, in a program she calls the “The 30-Day Happiness Experiment”. It’s only one of many workshops she teaches, along with hosting a several weekly comedy improv shows. Every independent artist should as busy as she is, and in this episode, we’ll find out where all her positive thinking and energy comes from.
On April 9th, registration opens for Resilience Through Joy: The 30-Day Happiness Experiment.