The Delivering Happiness Inspire! Series is a monthly forum for sharing the rich and thought-provoking (and oftentimes funny) content that inspires and spreads happiness on an individual, community, and even global level. Through a series of brief talks, community members and local thought leaders bring their stories perspectives, passions, and experiences to the stage to shine a spotlight on the things that matter most.
This Month's Speakers:
Life Coach, Zappos
Talk: The Journey
Augusta Scott is the Life/Goals Coach for Zappos.com, Inc. The Goals Department is a part of Zappos Insights, Inc. and the Benefits Team as well. As an internal Life/Goals Coach, she spends a great deal of her time coaching team members who set a thirty (30) day realistic goal. The goal can be personal or professional and is completely confidential. Augusta also does presentations for our live events offered to our customers to become immersed in our culture. She has been with Zappos.com, Inc. for just about seven years.
Director of Wellness Circles and National Training Director/Corporate Consciousness Officer, Music4Life and Nonprofit Sector Foundation
Talk: Making a Living with Your Passion!
Amy Frost, MBA, MA Spiritual Psychology and Certified Humorologist, is an accomplished educator, trainer, speaker and coach for leadership and life coaching programs. Her mission: To motivate and inspire individuals, teams and organizations to live and work consciously. She believes that the key to happiness is conscious living.
Marketing and Events Coordinator, Alex and Ani University
Talk: Powered by Reflection
Forrest was raised in a family of seven. Both parents founded companies in the holistic health field (Yoga and Chiropractic). Raised by entrepreneurs he worked with start ups earning a degree in business and entrepreneurship with a focus on marketing. Now Forrest is the marketing coordinator for Alex and Ani University.
Talk: 2000 Burning Man
David Best is an internationally renowned American sculptor. Best built his first Burning Man Temple in 2000, The Temple of the Mind. During construction it became a memorial and as such became a sacred space for remembering others. 2001 marked the beginning of a new and profound ritual for the tens of thousands of participants who attend Burning Man each year. After days of writing prayers on the structures, of affixing offerings from one’s life such as pictures, paintings, etc., or of leaving the ashes of loved ones, etc. the Temple was burned on Sunday night.
Founder/ Executive Director, Playback Memphis
Talk: Playback Theatre: The Dance of Suffering and Happiness
Virginia Murphy is a drama therapist with over 20 years experience in education and counseling psychology. She is the founder and executive director of Playback Memphis, an improvisational storytelling ensemble dedicated to helping individuals and groups break down barriers, enhance communication, and strengthen communal bonds. Playback Memphis is part of a longstanding international organization that supports Playback Theatre companies in over 60 countries around the world.