Marci Shimoff (Shy-Moff) is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, a world-renowned transformational teacher, and an expert on happiness, success, and unconditional love. In this episode we discuss how to manifest happiness, wealth and wellness. This was such a powerful conversation that I know you’ll enjoy listening to over and over again.
One extremely important ritual Marci mentioned in the podcast was to write on a “Post It” note this question:
What’s the most loving thing I can do for myself right now?
Make sure you listen to the full episode to find out how important this ritual is to build your levels of happiness.
Marci’s books include the runaway bestsellers, Happy for No Reason, Love for No Reason, and six titles in the phenomenally successful Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul series. Her books have sold more than 15 million copies worldwide in 33 languages, have topped all of the major bestseller lists, and have been on the New York Times bestseller list for a total of 118 weeks. Marci is one of the bestselling female nonfiction authors of all time.
Marci is also the host of the national PBS television special called Happy for No Reason, is a featured teacher in The Secret, and is the narrator for the award-winning film Happy. She has inspired millions of people around the world and is dedicated to helping people live more empowered and joy-filled lives.
In this episode we discuss:[3:01] Where Marci’s passion for her work first sparked
[7:00] Marci’s life-changing realization and catalyst for seeking true happiness
[10:38] The feedback from her students and the levels and layers of feeling happy
[13:17] The perpetual myth within society of happiness as a destination
[15:00] Alarming statistics about levels of happiness in the US
[17:30] Marci’s powerful 7 Pillars of Happiness
[23:58] The most soul-stirring question you can ask yourself (as mentioned above)
[26:30] Marci takes us through an empowering visualization to activate your heart energy
Plus so much more! Make sure you also check out Marci’s book called Happy for No Reason.