Nov. 28, 2022 — Hack your happiness this holiday season!

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Radha Agrawal is on a mission to help people experience joy more often

In this podcast interview with David Siegel, you'll learn how Radha pairs the glamour of nightlife with insights from neuroscience and early-morning dance parties that encourage participants to feel a healthy, natural buzz without drugs or alcohol.

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Monday Morning Magic from Inkandescent® PR + Publishing Co. — This week, we start the holiday season with some uplifting tips from Radha Agrawal, who teaches us how to hack happiness in the fall issue of BeInkandescent Health & Wellness magazine: www.BeInkandescent.com.

Our cover story shines a light on Meetup, the international organization that specializes in helping people connect. As part of its offerings, CEO David Siegel finds leaders from around the world—like Radha, an author and the CEO of Daybreaker—who are inspiring others.

About Radha: On a mission to help people experience joy more often, Radha pairs the glamour of nightlife with insights from neuroscience and early-morning dance parties that encourage participants to feel a healthy, natural buzz without drugs or alcohol.

David shares: “I love that Radha is on a mission to help people feel happier. In this episode, she explains how to bio-hack happiness by activating the brain’s neurochemicals that stimulate joy. She also shares why community and belonging are the first steps toward improving your well-being. Plus, Radha offers tips on activating positive brain chemicals, finding community, and making joy a daily practice. Click here to learn more: beinkandescent.com/radha-agrawal/

We leave you with this parting thought from Radha: “Community and belonging inspire joy. It’s the root of joy, and it is our root chakra. It is where we come from. We were born in a community. We feel anxious when we feel separated. Whether you call yourself an introvert or extrovert, the connection is still paramount. We are spectacularly social creatures. We need to be in community, whether it’s a small group or a big group, to thrive and survive.”

Until next Monday: Let’s echo Radha’s wish that practicing joy may become as ubiquitous as going to the gym and doing yoga. — Hope Katz Gibbs, founder and president, Inkandescent® Inc. Inkandescent.us

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