Happiness is Your Responsibility: Peggy’s Playbook of Motivational Moments, a new book by Peggy Sullivan, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.
Full of humor, warmth, and straight-up truths, “Happiness is Your Responsibility” takes you through a whirlwind of emotions through storytelling and visual design. Everyone wants to be happy, but for some reason, our happiness has become tied to worldly achievements and successes rather than the other way round. “Happiness is Your Responsibility” is here to tell you that happiness is an inside job. When you take responsibility for your own happiness, it will improve the quality of your life in a monumental way.
“My goal was not to write a book on happiness, but to teach myself about the art and science of happiness. The more I learned, the more I realized what a powerful tool it is! Not only does it actively encourage growth – but it also adds pleasure to everyday, mundane happenings in your life.”
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll find yourself grabbing some post-it’s and a highlighter to jot down all the practical and straightforward ways that you can stretch, strengthen and flex your happiness muscle.
All of the author’s proceeds from the book sales will benefit the women’s nonprofit organization, SheCAN!, in which Sullivan is the founder. The organization will use this round of funding to build programming around the book’s theme, “How to Flex and Maintain Your Happiness Muscle,” through what Sullivan calls The Happiness Tripod, a combination of professional development, personal development, and health and wellness.
About the Author
Peggy Sullivan is a women’s leadership speaker, mindset expert, and founder of the nonprofit organization, SheCAN!. Peggy is a strong advocate of empowering women to succeed through supporting each other. She has won numerous awards and honors, including the 2019 Woman in Leadership Award from New York State. She has presented and consulted worldwide for organizations such as Bank of America, Blue Cross BlueShield, Ingram Micro, and WomanUp Conferences. She has also been featured in Forbes Women.
You can connect with Peggy on LinkedIn and Instagram:
You can purchase the book on the Dorrance bookstore: https://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.com/happiness-is-your-responsibility-peggys-playbook-of-motivational-moments/.
Happiness is Your Responsibility: Peggy’s Playbook of Motivational Moments is a 152-page hardcover with a retail price of $29.99 (eBook $24.99). The ISBN is 978-1-6393-7133-4. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For members of the press, to request a review copy, visit our virtual pressroom at http://dorrancepressroom.com or to buy the book visit our online bookstore at https://bookstore.dorrancepublishing.com/happiness-is-your-responsibility-peggys-playbook-of-motivational-moments/
• Leading Into Breast Cancer Awareness Month the Event Will be Hosted at Miami Dade College-North Campus and Offer a Virtual Option • NBC 6 Anchor & Reporter Constance Jones Serves as Mistress of Ceremony
MIAMI – Sept. 2, 2021 – PRLog — The Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative (WBHI)—a leader in disease prevention & early detection— announces its 5th Annual Pink Walk bringing extra energy this year with a 5KRun and Walk at Miami Dade College – North Campus. Leading into Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, ThePinkWalk 2021 will be held the morning of Sunday, September 26 inviting women, men, and families throughout the community to run or walk while raising funds for breast cancer education and early detection benefiting The Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative.
Adding to the energized morning, Constance Jones, anchor and reporter for NBC 6,
WTVJ South Florida, will serve as the mistress of ceremony for Pink Walk 2021. A familiar face to South Florida and recently back home in the Magic City, Ms. Jones will inspire the runners and walkers while introducing the day’s agenda and purpose.
Pre-registration is $25.00 at ThePinkWalk.com and participants receive a t-shirt and finisher medal. Runners and walkers are also empowered to play an active role in helping to save and change lives as personal sponsors by setting up a personal fundraising page and raising a minimum of $50. Those meeting that goal will receive a Macy’s gift card.
Supporters of WBHI’s 5th Annual Pink Walk can also participate virtually in a 5K Run and Walk around their neighborhood, or at the park, beach, or other convenient outdoor location. All are invited to spread the word among friends, family, and the community at large, while challenging three other people to join in.
The morning event will include a run and walk course and some of the best local food trucks including Organic Food Kings, available for vegan comfort food, and Acai & Fruits with their refreshing smoothies.
Pink Walk participants at Miami Dade College North Campus will experience the exclusive opportunity to witness the unveiling of the new Disease Prevention & Early Detection— Florida specialty license plate prototype, benefiting The Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative.
The 5th annual event is made possible thanks to generous supporters including host partner Miami Dade College, presenting sponsor Jackson Health System, along with sponsors Assurant, and Genentech among others.
Each year, 1in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 43,000 die. Despite remarkable advances in treatment and early detection, breast cancer remains one of the most frequently diagnosed cancers among American women, and it remains one of the leading causes of cancer-related deaths.
For more information about The Women’s Breast & Heart Initiative, visit https://flbreasthealth.com/ and WBHI Pink Walk-5K Run & Walk – Google Drive (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1CM2uE319hfTUMnaTl…)
When we measure success by the lives we are changing and the growth we experience as individuals, then we will be closer to success by natures standard.
Key Ingredients, LLC was established by Womens Business Coach Cheryl Schuberth to encourage women to rethink the male-focused business cultures they live within and redefine what success looks like.
Weve made progress in supporting the needs of women in the workplace with nursing rooms and an appreciation for flexible hours, said Key Ingredients Founder, Cheryl Schuberth, but we still structure our individual success in terms of following a plan versus impact and human development. When we measure success by the lives we are changing and the growth we experience as individuals, then we will be closer to success by natures standard.
Cheryl Schuberth is a sought after Womens Business Coach and mentor, spending over twenty-five years coaching clients, program teams and employees, and has served alongside senior executives in the technology space. She resigned two years ago to build a better relationship with her teenage sons and to empower other working women to become more curious about their options and to re-evaluate their priorities.
Women typically take care of everyone elses needs, including their employers, before themselves, and are rewarded for that by our business and societal cultures, Cheryl continues. But thats like asking a painter to create without a canvas or any paint. When we try to serve from an empty cup, we lack creativity, confidence and focus. In order to be our best, we need to serve ourselves first.
Key Ingredients focuses on balance, which involves subtracting from life as much as adding to it. We give women the tools to rethink their role and enable them to create a life driven by intention and purpose.
Pace Women’s Justice Center (pwjc), Westchester’s largest non-profit provider of free legal services to victims of domestic violence, assault, and elder abuse, has organized virtual events in support of their community of victims and survivors that have experienced interpersonal violence. During the Covid-19 pandemic, but the pwjc clients are often quarantined at home with their abusers which further reduces their opportunities to access help. All of the S.I.P. events will be virtual and open to the public. The events range from free to a single fee per household but registrations are required for each event. The first event took place on March 11th, with over 100 attendees gathered on Zoom to learn about the impact of Covid-19 on Domestic Violence victims and how they can access help in Westchester County.
The second event in the series takes place April 8th, A Monologue and a Chat, bringing to light the lifelong trauma experienced by victims of abuse. Trauma manifests itself differently for everyone, making it difficult for people who haven’t experienced it to respond, help or understand, leading to the question “why didn’t you leave?” The event starts with an exclusive reading of Cynthia L. Cooper’s monologue, providing some insight on abuse through the eyes of a victim. A live discussion will follow focusing on the impact of abuse patterns commonly referred to as coercive control and the coping methods survivors employ to handle the psychological trauma. Registrations at law.pace.edu/pwjc-sip-event-series-2021
The S.I.P. series culminates on Wednesday, April 28 – 8:00 P.M.
“Reconnected” Mentalist and “Fun Raiser” starring Jason Suran
The interactive and mind-boggling, Jason Suran, brings his jaw-dropping psychological illusions to us with his smash sell-out show “Reconnected.” This show features sophisticated acts of mind-reading designed to astonish even those who think they have seen it all. A fast-paced interactive show that leaves you “persistently dumbfounded.” Registrations at law.pace.edu/pwjc-sip-event-series-2021
Sponsorships available: law.pace.edu/pwjc-sip-event-series-2021
Pace Women’s Justice Center is a self-funded nonprofit legal center located at Elisabeth Haub School of Law, under the 501(c)(3) status of Pace University. Each year, pwjc provides free legal services to over 3,500 victims and survivors of domestic violence, assault, and elder abuse, as well as conducts or participates in over 140 training and outreach events. With an experienced staff and a team of dedicated volunteers, including attorneys, other professionals and students, pwjc has built an effective, coordinated community response to interpersonal violence. (For more information: www.law.pace.edu/wjc)