Ginger Jenks is a Master Coach and internationally recognized leader in the coaching profession. Ginger has helped thousands of people be more successful and is author of the book, Wag, Live, Love – What Dogs Teach Us About Happiness and Life.
In this podcast, Ginger discusses how to find joy despite living a busy life that’s packed with stress and pressure to create more happiness and get better results for yourself.
How To Get More Joy & Better Results In Life
- Why do you have to go after more joy before getting more results?
- How do you make joy a habit?
- Why is connecting with people important?
- What is your happiness platform and how do you build it?
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We enjoyed reading your book, Wag, Love & Live with the Samoyeds. Our Samoyed named Yeti grew up in our motor home as we traveled around the country for 10 years. He was like an ambassador for the Samoyed breed because he was so friendly with everyone & had cards we made which we handed to those that petted Yeti. Every summer we handed out about 1,000 cards to people all over the world, it was being with a rock star. As he was growing up we always wondered what he was thinking. So we started writing stories about where he traveled and how he interacted with people & animals. Today we have a total of about 150 stories, some are 12 pages, 30 pages & 70 Pages, which we write and illustrate everything ourselves.
Here are a few samples of the titles:
Yeti ancestors meet the Wooly Mammoth
Yeti visits Maroon Bells
Yeti & Sadie the salmon
Yeti the puppy
The dog ice hockey league
These are all geared for children 5 to 7 and adults like them too.
We are trying to market these books and wondered if you have any suggestions on how to approach this. We can send you a copy of some of the books if that works for you.
Thank you for your time,
Frank & Dee Hoelzle