In less than a week the podcast has risen up the iTunes charts in both the Business and Health categories.
Hosted by bestselling author, speaker, brand and PR strategist, media personality and widow mom, Kristen Brown, the weekly podcast inspires listeners with fresh ideas for brand buzz and work/life fun.
"As an entrepreneur and super-busy widow mom, I understand how lack of time, resources and energy can cause stress sometimes. In every episode of The Happy Hour Effect I want to give listeners the tools they need to go after their dreams and create successful businesses while also honoring the desire for a happy and peaceful life," says Kristen. Learn more about the show here.
The launch contest runs now through April 30th, 2014. Listeners can enter the contest by sharing the show in social media, subscribing, commenting on the show notes or leaving a review on iTunes. When sharing, use the hashtag #HHEPodcast. To enter the contest, click here.
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The Happy Hour Effect: Fresh Ideas | Brand Buzz | Work/Life Fun with Kristen Brown can be found on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher Radio, TuneIn and Blackberry. Listen here.
About Kristen Brown and Happy Hour Effect:
Kristen Brown is a bestselling author, brand strategist, NSA speaker, widow mom and CEO/founder of Happy Hour Effect and LitPR. She helps organizations, authors and big-hearted brands position their assets for influence and affluence by creating a buzz-worthy brand, platform and marketing strategy.
She has been seen in the media over 125 times including Live with Kelly & Michael, HLN, Psychology Today, Inc. magazine, Twin Cities Live, The Huffington Post and more. Her speaking audiences include Mayo Health, Cargill, Boston Scientific, Target, American Heart Association and many others.
She loves movies, summer, bacon, reading, big dogs, naps and occasional sleepless nights catching up on Downton Abbey, Parenthood and The Walking Dead. But nothing compares to spending time with her 7-year-old daughter, Brooke, who constantly makes her laugh, keeps her on her toes and forces her think about every decision she makes and behavior she puts forth into the world.
Her biggest faults - occasionally a know-it-all, sometimes a workaholic and tends to be too much of a spender and not enough of a saver. If you see her hiding in a corner with her phone, she's not being rude, she's just an introvert.
Learn more at: HappyHourEffect.com