The Happiness Choice: The Five Decisions That Will Take You From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be

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Wiley, Feb 14, 2013 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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Discover the path to a happy life, from a woman who overcame the odds and achieved a joyful life

Author Marilyn Tam takes what she learned from being an unwanted, neglected, and abused child in Hong Kong to become an international business success and humanitarian who is happy, healthy, and at peace with herself. In The Happiness Choice, she teaches readers how to live the life of their dreams. This book reveals the principles, tools, and philosophies she has used to achieve a balanced, healthy, and joyful life. People want contentment, love, and happiness from meaningful work, personal relationships, healthy mind and body, a spiritual core, and a reason for living. Tam details a path to get you there.

  • Offers overall perspective, inspiration, and support to help people achieve their dreams
  • Packed with personal stories and advice from Tam, celebrated entrepreneur and sought-after speaker and consultant, working globally with Fortune 500 companies, governments, and non-profit organizations

The Happiness Choice, is filled with stories, tips, and insights on how anyone can live the life they've dreamed of living—a happy, healthy, successful, and dynamically balanced life.

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MARILYN TAM is an author, speaker, and consultant, working globally with Fortune 500 companies, governments, and nonprofit organizations. She has been the CEO of Aveda Corp, president of Reebok Apparel and Retail Group, and vice president of Nike, Inc. Marilyn is also the cofounder and Executive Director of the Us Foundation, one of the partners for the United Nations' Habitat II, nominated as a candidate for the "Best Practice Award." Marilyn is a Director on the national board of SCORE Association, a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration.

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