Greg Dwyer Radio: Practical Happiness With Pamela Gail Johnson
Pamela Gail Johnson became a happiness advocate when she founded the Society of Happy People in 1998. As a mostly happy person, Pamela asked herself, "Where are all of the happy people?"
She created the first happiness holidays, which are now celebrated by millions of people worldwide:
- Happiness Happens Day
- Happiness Happens Month
- Hunt for Happiness Week
To help people expand and rethink happiness Pamela identified Thirty-One Types of Happiness and identified the Four Happiness Principles.
She's been a frequent media guest on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, radio, podcasts, and her work has been covered by magazines, newspapers, and online publications.
Pamela's professional experience includes working for the Hazelden Foundation, and in business development for Staples and American Express, where she received many awards for her sales results.
Currently, she's known as the Practical Happiness Advocate, and helps organizations struggling with disengaged employees, burnout, and high turnover.
As a speaker, Pamela does keynote addresses, workshops, and other events.
You can get more information about her at: www.pamelagailjohnson.com and www.sohp.com
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