S4 E1: Burnout to Bliss, Happiness TV and Success and Fulfilment Coaching

15th November 2018

In this, the first episode of series 4 of the Animas Podcast, Harpreet Sandhu shares his journey from dissatisfaction and unhappiness, to becoming a success and fulfilment coach and Mr Happiness TV. Along the way touching on spirituality, flourishing to fulfilment, authentic happiness and the continuous support of the Animas community.

Harpreet is a Success and Fulfilment Coach who empowers people to find Authentic Happiness and Aligned Success, so that they’re flourishing to their true potential and their best self, and living life on their terms. Harpreet is also a Motivational Speaker and founder of “Happiness TV”.

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