Work From Your Happy Place Podcast

What does your happy place look like?

Do you wake up every morning energized or dreading the day in front of you?

Are you overwhelmed, constantly juggling demands, or do you work from a place of joy and gratitude?

What would it look like if you created a life that made you happy every day?

Work from Your Happy Place aims to EMPOWER you to take a leap toward the happy and fulfilled life you’ve always imagined by sharing stories of successful people who have done the same.

Our featured mentors will model their stories of failure, success, and perseverance.  What key tools and resources do you need to create a better lifestyle? Listeners will learn what “Happy Place” means for each guest and get lasting advice from the people who are living their dreams.

Being able to create a life that balances quality time and prosperity, in both your personal and professional life is one of the keys to true happiness.

Would working from your Happy Place be a laptop on the beach or in an office in the business you've always dreamed to own?

Join us each week so we can help you stay there with confidence and the resources to make it your reality each day!

Your Happy Place is waiting…

Meet your host!

8x12 - large size file ellsworth-47-13Belinda Ellsworth

The reason that I started Work From Your Happy Place is because I truly work from mine every single day. Working from my happy place means knowing that I can make a difference in someone else’s life, from the thousands I’ve though through my training, but most importantly, my family. Running my business from my home has allowed me to spend time with my family whenever I please. But when I do travel for speaking engagements, I am able to take them with me across the world. Working for myself meant that I was able to work hard for something I was passionate about. Being an entrepreneur has allowed me to experience many exciting things. I have obtained a tremendous amount of confidence that has carried over into every aspect of my life.

This Week's Featured Guests

A lawyer for 24 plus years, Richard Chapo (“chap-oh”) is a well-known Internet business lawyer in Southern California. Richard’s philosophy is to proactively position his clients to minimize their potential exposure to lawsuits. To this end, he provides advice to clients as large as multinational corporations and as small as hobby bloggers with an eye towards eliminating potential problems areas before lawsuits are filed. Richard is versed in a variety of Internet laws including the DMCA, Communications Decency Act, and Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, as well as FTC compliance guidelines, state privacy mandates, and recurring billing laws.

http://www.socalinternetlawyer.com/

Episode 69: Robert Klinck

Posted on April 18th, 2017

Robert “Bobby” Klinck is a best-selling author and intellectual property attorney, who helps entrepreneurs, startups, and innovators harness the power of their intellectual property rights and reduce exposure to lawsuits or brand challenges in the marketplace. His books are titled The Entrepreneur’s IP Planning Playbook and Patent Litigation Primer.

Episode #68: Jim Klopman – Slackbow

Posted on April 13th, 2017

Jim is a lifelong innovator who has always been one of those people who thinks differently. He believes balance training has sharpened his ability to make new neural connections and see the possibilities and pathways that others miss.

Originally Jim was looking for a way to maintain his own athletic performance well into his 90s. But the Slackbow Balance Training System he developed turned out to be a key to whole body and mind fitness that was even more revolutionary than he could have imagined.

He is eager to spread his knowledge, techniques, and tools far and wide to help seekers like him tune their brains to perform better in work and sports, sleep better, look younger and live longer.

http://www.slackbow.com/

Episode 67: Chris Farias

Posted on April 12th, 2017

For the past thirteen years, Chris Farias has been a designer, illustrator, columnist and award-winning entrepreneur as VP, Creative Development, and Partner at Kitestring. At his Hamilton-based advertising agency, he leads a vibrant team to create work that enriches their clients’ businesses and excites consumers.

In addition to his work with Kitestring, Chris is an enthusiastic supporter of his community and donates his time and expertise to a wide range of arts-based causes and not-for-profit organizations. He has been honored for his work as the recipient of the Hamilton/Halton Forty Under40 Business achievement awards, and the 2014 Business for the Arts Arnold Edinborough Award, which is given for exemplary leadership and volunteerism in the arts.

Chris is also a columnist for BIZ Magazine and Hamilton Business in the Hamilton Spectator, co-hosts the My Better Business Half podcast, a frequent guest lecturer, and is a past NAYDO (North American YMCA Development Organization) presenter.