That’s what all of us want. Not the superficial, momentary, external kind of happiness.
A sustained and consistent happiness.
This is the kind of happiness that comes from within.
You being happy creates positive ripples not just for your kids, your partner, your workplace but it can actually impact your entire world.
Being truly happy is allowing yourself to connect and experience the joys of life while empowering yourself to navigate the challenges.
At Hoogi we can help you rewire your mind using customised tools and resources to create YOUR definition of “being happy”.
This happiness is sustainable because it is based on YOUR values, YOUR sense of self and YOUR choices rather than living up to the society’s definition of happiness.
Busy is a common buzzword in today’s world, I’m busy at work, I have a busy family life. Busy, busy, busy. It is a busy mind that drives a busy life and disconnects us from those we love most. What if there is a way to be more productive and experience calm? We empower you with the leadership skills and strategies to audit and organise your mind and create a family connection where everyone genuinely wins and thrives.
People are often told to ‘be present’ and ‘be engaged’ at work. However many people simply don’t know how to do it. We’ll show you how you can work with your mind to create the space, time, energy and clarity to be more productive. Creating a culture of profitability for employers and motivation for staff. Microplay – big impacts through small moments of time.
About Dina Cooper
Dina Cooper is a mum, parent coach and mentor to individuals, communities and businesses, an author and also a warm and inspirational speaker. With an all-consuming desire to support parents to perform at their best and in turn, the parents to bring out the best in their children, Dina strives to create the passionately connected family life her audience aspires to.
Blogs and Articles by Dina Cooper
Yesterday I had the privilege of meeting Julie Ann Cairns, director of The Abundance Code. If you have not yet seen this documentary, I urge you to watch it – it really does change your perspective on everything.