Today I turn my blog over to another blog . . the Happiness Journey podcast and blog! I was on it recently talking about humor and happiness.

I made the point that no one can MAKE you laugh . . .people have to be open to finding the humor in situations and in their own life. BUT I can share ways to find the humor in your life.

This is an interesting podcast, and I was happy to be interviewed on it. Here’s the link below. Please check it out!

About the Happiness Journey Podcast

Life is challenging, no doubt about that. Stress may keep you anxious and with time, it can take its toll on you. Many can struggle when dealing with these uncertainties, and it can be hard to have someone encouraging you and help you keep moving forward. My many inspiring guests and their stories will uplift you, bring back the love for life and provide you with key insights on how to manage your difficult challenges. Stay motivated by those who made it happen and changed their own life by taking affirmative action and start living their lives mindfully. Happiness is from within. Support this podcast:

And this is a little about me:

About Jan

For over 25 years Jan McInnis has traveled the country as a keynote speaker, comedian, comedy writer, author, and Master of Ceremonies. She has shared her unique and practical tips on how to use humor in business (yes it’s a business skill!) with thousands of organizations from the Federal Reserve Banks to health care groups, education groups, and more. She is the author of 2 books: “Finding the Funny Fast – How to Create Quick Humor to Connect with Clients, Coworkers and Crowds,” and “Convention Comedian: Stories and Wisdom From Two Decades of Chicken Dinners and Comedy Clubs.”

Jan’s clean humor has landed her in featured articles in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Huffington post, along with hundreds of radio stations and TV interviews.

Jan is also an established comedy writer who has written for Jay Leno’s Tonight Show monologue as well as many other people, places and groups – radio, TV, syndicated cartoon strips, guests on the Jerry Springer show (her parents are proud).

Jan’s popular keynotes include “Finding the Funny in Change” which addresses how to use humor to handle change, and “Bouncing Back: Handling Setbacks Like a Comedian,” which is on resilience. Jan can be reached directly at

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