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Meet Joe Jacobi

Joe Jacobi

Joe Jacobi

Happy Living Expert, Personalized Performance Coaching

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As America’s first ever Olympic Gold Medalist in Whitewater Canoe Slalom, I promote strategies and shares stories for living and performing at your best, doing the work that matters and engaging with purpose.

I am a Performance Coach and Executive Trainer who teaches my clients the advanced skills necessary to reveal talents which have been set to idle due to external and internal distractions.

I, then, transfer my own Olympic Gold Medal performance strategies that streamline decision-making and actions when engaged in complicated life currents with an aim towards the freedom of playing your own game.

Over the past year, organizations such as General Electric, Ernst & Young, John Hancock, and the University of Oklahoma among many others have utilized my programs to build stronger performance cultures, manage transition and change more effectively, and increase the capacity of its leaders.

I take “Happy Living” to heart as my family and I recently embarked on a new adventure – we are living in La Seu d’Urgell, Spain, the town that hosted the 1992 Olympic Whitewater Canoeing events.

My Posts

Counterintuitive

Counterintuitive

The warm Catalan sun perfectly offset the coolness brought in by the Spring winds coming down the mountains. There was no noise from the highway.

I thought to myself, “How did I get here?”

It’s Planting Season

It’s Planting Season

To plant seeds every day means to exercise a daily practice of self-investment, far removed from the immediacy of what appears to be in your way.

Answer the Tap

Answer the Tap

…It’s about paying attention to what that wisdom’s subtle messages. With each tap I pay attention to, my path widens. Our path widens.

Recent Posts

Happy to the 3rd Power

Happy to the 3rd Power

At Happy Living, our unique definition of ‘Significance’ contains four elements; doing work you love, with people you love, in places you love… but we believe the real MAGIC of life comes from the fourth element of Significance; creating something that adds value to others, too.