Nataly lives in Boston with her husband and daughter. She has held top positions at Manhattan-based firms McKinsey and Co. and Hudson Ventures, served as the only female board member at Constant Contact, worked at Microsoft's state-of-the-art Future of Social Experiences Lab (FUSE), and served as Vice President of Consumer Experience at WHERE, which she helped sell to PayPal in 2011. In Happier Now, Nataly shares an illuminating, inspiring, and science-based guide to help you build your happier skills and live with more joy, starting now. She is a sought-out keynote speaker, having appeared at events that include Million Dollar Roundtable, Fortune's Tech Brainstorm, Blogger, SXSW, the 92nd St. Y, Harvard Women's Leadership Conference, TEDx Boston, and many more. Highlights include: As Nataly says: “It’s time to stop saying ‘I’ll be happy when . .’”. Something went wrong. Her book Happier Now was published in May 2018. With this mission in mind, Nataly launched Happier to an overwhelming global response and has since built a community that has shared over six million happy moments (and counting) on the Happier mobile application and website. Texas Conference for Women Donates $177,500 to Women-Owned Restaurants in Initiative with Texas Restaurant Association, Keynote Recap: Melinda Gates on the Future of Gender Equality, Keynote Recap: Issa Rae Shares What Has Helped Her Succeed as a Leader and Entrepreneur, Ingredients List for “Let’s Get Cooking” Lunch Break Live. Initially a skeptic of the research related to the positive effects of gratitude, kindness and mindfulness on our daily lives, Nataly decided to incorporate happiness into her own life--solely in order to prove the research wrong. Hardcover For more, visit Happier.com. . 138 Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. “We experience genuine and lasting happiness when we stop trying to turn the negative into the positive,” Nataly writes, “and when we embrace the full range of our human emotions with compassion and strength.” ? Her mission is to help millions of people improve their emotional health by making science-backed, practical skills part of their daily life. It’s a critical, non-negotiable ingredient for living a fulfilling, meaningful, and healthy life—and it’s a skill that we can all learn and improve through practice. . Her work has been featured in hundreds of media outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, TEDx, SXSW, The Harvard Women's Leadership Conference and The Dr. Oz Show. There's a problem loading this menu right now. As nationally recognized happiness expert Nataly Kogan teaches, happiness is not a nice feeling or a frivolous extra. From her teenage years as a Russian refugee learning English in the projects outside of Detroit, to becoming a leading venture capitalist in a predominantly male industry while still in her twenties, Nataly has continually achieved at the highest of levels. You’ll learn five core practices for building your happier skills—acceptance, gratitude, intentional kindness, knowing your bigger why, and self-care—along with the scientific research that supports each one. Suze Orman—How to Create a Financial Roadmap for a Lasting Legacy, Creating Your Authentic Personal Brand In These Times – with Yai Vargas, Tiny Changes, Radical Results: Success in Uncertain Times – with Esther Wojcicki, How to Unleash Your Creative Genius – with Elizabeth Gilbert, Navigating Transitions in Unpredictable Times with Erica Williams Simon, A Conversation on How to Skimm Your Life | 2019 Session, ENCORE | Finding and Engaging Male Allies | 2019 Session, ENCORE | Your Money: A Pathway to a Richer Life | 2019 Session, ENCORE | How is Bias Affecting Your Organization | 2019 Session, ENCORE | Ditch Workplace Drama and Drive Results | 2019 Session, Suze Orman Has Some Advice for You: About Money, the Future of Work, and More, The Expert Q&A: On the Importance of Gratitude in Leadership in 2020 with Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Amy Feirn, 3 Ways Employers Can Support Women (and We Can Support Ourselves) Now, Staying Calm In A Crisis: Tips From The Woman Who Faced Down Somali Pirates.