Randy Taran is the founder and CEO of Project Happiness. When her own child was suffering from stress and depression, this ignited a passion in her to share the best resources to help others facing similar challenges.
The Project Happiness Handbook is the backbone for her leading social and emotional learning curriculum, serving students, teachers, counselors and coaches in every state and over 120 countries.
Taran also produced the award winning documentary “Project Happiness” which brought together young people from three continents to ask one question: “What is the nature of lasting happiness?” They interviewed George Lucas, Richard Gere, neuroscientist Richard Davidson and ultimately, in Dharamsala, India, had an unforgettable private audience with the Dalai Lama.
Through Project Happiness, Randy Taran’s dream of empowering people with the resources to create greater happiness within themselves and the world is coming to life. With a following of over 2.5 Million people on social media alone, messages of hope and science-based strategies for greater well-being are reaching people when they need it most. In these stressful times, enhancing and tapping into our inner resources is more important than ever.
When told that her Project Happiness Handbook became a best seller on Amazon, Taran said, “Big gratitude to our amazing community for understanding that happiness is not just a state, or a choice, it’s about emotional resiliency and this is a skill set that anyone can learn. In complex times, we need this more than ever.”
Taran, who is thrilled to be doing this work, speaks regularly on well-being and youth-related issues, areas she covers in her regular column in the Huffington Post, ThriveGlobal and in weekly videos on Facebook Live. She has worked with First Ladies and been mentioned in Oprah’s magazine and the Yoga Journal. She lives near Palo Alto with her family and well-loved dogs. Randy is a Yoga Alliance certified teacher who holds her MBA in International Business and Marketing from New York University. She knows deeply that greater happiness is possible and everything you need is inside of you.
To learn more about Randy Taran, visit http://projecthappiness.org
The Project Happiness Handbook is available on Amazon.com at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071FMVNXY
Company Name: Project Happiness
Contact Person: Sarah Tambling
Phone: (503) 459-1648
Country: United States