Personal Development

Empathy: The Key to Your Happiness

Globally, many people are struggling, and yet, empathy for those in need is often lacking or non-existent. In this course, we will examine the common reasons for that and offer simple ways to incorporate empathy into your daily life. You will learn the ultimate benefits to you, which include a better sense of happiness and physical improvements. This course also emphasizes how empathy helps all of us. By the end of the course, you will have the tools you need to be the best version of yourself.

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About the author

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Jill Cox-Cordova holds an MFA from Spalding University, a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University, and a bachelor's degree from Macalester College. She worked as a journalist for 21 years at such media outlets as, The Weather Channel, and MSNBC, and she freelanced for Essence magazine. She is an award-winning creative writer and currently teaches Composition courses to first-year students at a university in Georgia. She also co-hosts with her husband, "I'm Right. I'm Right," a podcast about relationships, where they also discuss having empathy for others.

Anthony Cordova is an empath, poet, and aspiring novelist. Originally from Long Island, New York, he has called Georgia home since the early ’80s. Known as a prose writer and "Tony C" when he performs spoken word, he draws upon either his observations of society and human nature or occasionally, his journey as an entrepreneur. His current works-in-progress include a novel and poems, plus creating furniture or wall art out of reclaimed wood. He is also the founder of a podcast about relationships that he co-hosts with his wife called "I'm Right. I'm Right!"

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