The Year of Joy Podcast – Balancing technology

Podcast Recap

Larissa Mills is the Founder of “The Mental Game Academy” and Cognitive Behavioural Sports Specialist. She is equipping athletes, coaches and parents with mental skills, healthy phone habits to help them feel confident and thrive in their sports. If athletes have been on phones for 16, 000 hours by 16 they are losing gaps in their psychological development making it more challenging to coach and teach.

Her programs are in schools, academies, and sports leagues globally. We can change the culture of schools and sports. The key is changing behaviour by simply creating phone routines for all.

Our The Year of Joy podcast series will take your joy to the next level! We’ll be discussing one Joy Superpower each week, and I’ll be bringing in experts to share with us their own inspiring stories. From the science behind joy-inducing activities to practical tips you can use right away, it’s the perfect combination of knowledge and action that will help you live a more joyful life.

What’s more, we’ll be exploring how you can apply your newfound joy superpowers in your daily life. Whether it’s something small like a daily gratitude practice or a big change like taking up a new hobby, this podcast is here to show you how you can become well-versed in joy.

So if you’re looking for tips on how to bring more joy into your life, tune into our A Year of Joy podcast series now! With 52 weeks of joy, you’re sure to find something that resonates with you and helps make your life more joyful.

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The Art and Science of Joy host

Andrew Cannon

Andrew has spent his career building a deep understanding of people’s values, attitudes and behaviors in order to help business people make better decisions. Over the last few years, Andrew has used this knowledge and his research skills to deep-dive into the art and science of joy.
Andrew’s journey in business has taught him many lessons about leadership; about the importance of purpose and people, as well as profits, and about the role joy can play in companies to elevate both personal and business success.