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One Idea Away: Expanding the Global Happiness Movement

One Idea Away: Expanding the Global Happiness Movement


Are you living the dream? The life where you can see beyond the stress and discomfort you’re facing and still pursue a dream that matters to you, that fills you with peace, connection, and happiness? Is that even possible? The answer is a BIG Y-E-S!

Registration for Living the Dream Summit, a four-day virtual conference filled with extraordinary speakers and experts sharing their proven practices and exercises on how to let go of whatever’s holding you back from believing in yourself, is NOW open. Visit to register. And while you’re thinking about pursing your happiness, get ready to unlock all the secrets of building sustainable joy with founder and CEO of WOHASU, the organizing body behind the World Happiness Summit, Karen Guggenheim.

Karen stepped into the CEO role of WOHASU after experiencing a profound loss that reshaped her career and personal path, leading her on a mission to expand the global happiness movement. The evolution of her extensive career includes collaborating with the editorial board of the Miami Herald, strategic communications, as well as integrated marketing expertise that she’s done with C-level executives and worldwide brands. As a champion of the World Happiness Summit, Karen has assembled a team of seasoned professionals to execute a hugely successful event that will ultimately grow to other cities around the world.

Let’s embrace this concept of happiness – outward and inward – on a personal level and beyond.

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