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JoeyPinkney.com five minutes five questions with Margaret Curley Sanborn

Margaret Curley Sanborn, author of The Practical Guide to Happiness
Margaret Curley Sanborn, author of The Practical Guide to HappinessSlide show created by Joey Pinkney

About "The Practical Guide to Happiness: If You Don’t Like How You’re Feeling, Think Again":

Margaret Curley Sanborn, author of The Practical Guide to Happiness
Margaret Curley Sanborn, author of The Practical Guide to HappinessSlide Show by Joey Pinkney

The “pursuit of happiness” is a human right so basic that it’s named in the US Constitution. Unfortunately for most, it is little more than a pursuit, as happiness is elusive to many. “The Practical Guide to Happiness: If You Don’t Like How You’re Feeling, Think Again” delineates, in a concrete way, the direct link between perception, thinking and feeling. (read more)

Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write “The Practical Guide to Happiness: If You Don’t Like How You’re Feeling, Think Again”?

Margaret Curley Sanborn: I’ve always been a seeker, wanting to understand ‘why’? I remember as a child being told, “You think too much”. I probably did, but I needed to understand why things were a certain way. (read more)

JP: What sets “The Practical Guide to Happiness” apart from other books in the same genre?

MCS: One of the most unique things about “The Practical Guide to Happiness” is the way it uses real life stories to show the reader how even small changes in perception and thinking can have a huge impact on the happiness in your life. (read more)

JP: As an author, what are the keys to your success that led to “The Practical Guide to Happiness” getting out to the public?

MCS: My lifelong search for answers to life’s questions has married nicely with the skills I developed over 25 years as a corporate marketing professional. (read more)

JP: As an author, what is your writing process? How long did it take you to start and finish “The Practical Guide to Happiness”?

MCS: If I am comfortable with the subject, I write easily and fluently. “The Practical Guide to Happiness” really flew. The most time consuming part of the writing process was researching all the scenarios my true-to-life characters found themselves in. I needed to learn more about Type 1 diabetes, infertility, retirement and more. (read more)

JP: What’s next for Margaret Curley Sanborn?

MCS: I’m nearing completion on my next book “7 Things Your Soul Knows that You Don’t”. This book is about how living in this material world alienates us from our Truth, our soul. (read more)

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