Season 3, Episode 359: Scott Wilhite – Commercial Filmmaker & Social Entrepreneur

Today’s guest is Scott Wilhite. Scott is a commercial filmmaker turned social entrepreneur. He now uses his creative talents to relieve unnecessary suffering—and nothing’s more unnecessary than being unhappy and dissatisfied when you don’t have to live that way.

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Recent scientific studies have shown simple mindfulness techniques can dramatically boost life satisfaction levels. However, most people don’t know about the new research, nor do they apply the techniques consistently enough to effectively make it a lifestyle.

To empower people with an effective skills-based approach to personal transformation, Scott created the Feed Your Happy app, founded nCOURAGE.LIFE, and authored the best-selling book, The 7 Core Skills of Everyday Happiness: Scientifically Proven Skills for a Happier, More Meaningful Life.

You can learn more about him at www.nCourage.life.

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