The Motivational Book That Will Change Your Life … If You Let It!
Why do we settle for being fairly happy when we can be really happy? Why do we make choices in our lives that work directly against creating the lives we truly want to live? Why do we resign ourselves to the belief that true happiness doesn’t exist for us?
Living a truly happy life doesn’t require any monumental life changes. It doesn’t have to cost anything and it doesn’t have to hurt! Living a truly happy life only requires the desire to live such a life and a commitment to live it. Living a happy life requires The Joy Commitment. The Joy Commitment will focus the way you see the world. It will serve as a filter for the thoughts you think and for the words that leave your mouth. Make The Joy Commitment and change your life today!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sonya May—author, speaker and seminar leader—has made a place for herself in the arena of joyful living by teaching and speaking about the power of conscious choice and about the power of joy. As a direct sales entrepreneur, she is a pioneer in bringing the motivational message of joy into the intimacy of home and organizational settings. She is co-founder and president of Choose Joy, Inc.
In addition to being “a catalyst for joy,” and the author of In Search of Joy, Sonya May’s professional background includes the implementation of morale-enhancing initiatives and the development of collaborative teaming concepts for a Fortune 500 company.
PROFESSIONAL PRAISE FOR The Joy Commitment
The Joy Commitment offers a message that is practical, enjoyable, accessible, and potentially life changing. Sonya May’s writing style is engaging and her wisdom is clear. The material is a gift to all of us. This book is a testament that she has a bright future as a catalyst for joy. —Kathleen Sturgis, Ph.D., President, Capital Consulting Group and author of Dance of the Chameleon
Sonya May’s message of joy for all is a resounding one. I enjoyed her practical take on how anyone, in any circumstances, can find the joy they choose to find. A necessary read! —Suzanne Falter-Barns, author of How Much Joy Can You Stand?