Are you exhausted from looking at people and ideas from the standpoint of division? Too many of us fall into polarity and fear, but we can be a bridge to others in the world. Catch my latest podcast on bridges and a previous video I launched on the same topic, too. Be inspired to be a living example of the positive change you wish to see in the world.
Meet the grandson of Philips Corp. founder Anton Philips as he talks about what makes us happy at work. A short blog and video interview I had with the younger Anton Philips while at the 2017 Women’s Economic Forum in The Hague, Netherlands.
Memorial Day memories brought me back to a visit aboard the World War II’s U.S.S. Victory Ship a few years ago. Watch the video and find out how looking at memories can provide us with insights and empowerment to make our current days better.
Celebrate World Happiness Day by finding happiness in your hearts rather than hoping for it through public institutions. Discover Maura Sweeney’s Foundations of Happiness, an eCourse for emotional intelligence with multi-media immersion and reflection. A master eCourse for those who are serious about getting happy.
In honor of International Women’s Day, I’m celebrating the mystique and magic of diamonds as a metaphor for life. Be inspired to grow the diamond inside of you, too.
Whether we realize it or not, we’ve erected thoughts in our minds and only we can remove them. Reflections and a video from a public memorial in Budapest, Hungary.
Are you living out of the Declaration of Independence? The groundbreaking 18th century document announced a completely new way of life for mankind, but have we made its clarion call our personal reality? An insightful blog and podcast to inspire you to embody the values of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness in your life.
What started as a trip to join my husband as his New England Basketball Hall of Fame induction turned into an unintended tour of fourteen university campuses in the New England and New York corridor. Surprisingly, however, I was looking not for what universities had to offer but, rather, what environments students needed to unearth and display their own personal pillars in life and career. I was seeking the happiness factor.