9 episodes

Marilyn Tam interviews a diversity of accomplished people who are living a life of meaning and happiness. Each one is following their own path to living a life that gives them satisfaction, peace and meaning. We’ll learn their insights on creating a joyous, purposeful and rewarding life. You can learn more on how to have a happy, healthy, productive life of meaning and purpose on my website https://marilyntam.com.

Happiness and the Meaning of Life interview series Marilyn Tam

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Marilyn Tam interviews a diversity of accomplished people who are living a life of meaning and happiness. Each one is following their own path to living a life that gives them satisfaction, peace and meaning. We’ll learn their insights on creating a joyous, purposeful and rewarding life. You can learn more on how to have a happy, healthy, productive life of meaning and purpose on my website https://marilyntam.com.

    Asian in America

    Asian in America

    Being Asian in America" and the description is: What does it mean to be Asian in America? Why you should care? With a brief summary of Asian American history the current often conflicted Asian American status you will see why you will want to support Diversity Equity and Inclusion for everyone. The benefits are obvious and when one group is marginalized we all lose.  

    • 30 min
    Life skills to help you be an asset in any situation

    Life skills to help you be an asset in any situation

    To succeed in work and life, you have to provide value to the people and projects involved. Marilyn Tam learned to how to be an appreciated contributor in any situation early in life. Mark Fowler, CEO of Stowe Management Corp. interviews Marlyn on how she developed her skills and how they apply to the important issues of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. You will gain insights into how to use her tools to enhance your life and work!

    • 1 hr 8 min
    World Unity Week presentation on Happiness & the Meaning of Life

    World Unity Week presentation on Happiness & the Meaning of Life

    Beneath humanity’s surface desires, they all boil down to each person wanting to be happy and to be living their life purpose. For World Unity Week, Marilyn Tam shared excerpts from her Happiness and Meaning of Life video interviews series with accomplished and happy people and her insights on happiness. This presentation was part of Rotary eClub of World Peace’s contribution to World Unity Week and was sponsored by Us Foundation.

    • 43 min
    Happiness and the Meaning of Life Interview Series - Bill Shireman

    Happiness and the Meaning of Life Interview Series - Bill Shireman

    Bill Shireman is President of the non-profit Future 500, and Co-Founder of In This Together. He’s an environmental activist, a social progressive, a free-market enthusiast and a life-long Republican committed to finding common ground between different perspectives. Bill’s built alliances between companies like Coca-Cola, General Motors, Weyerhaeuser, and Mitsubishi, with activists like the Sierra Club, Greenpeace, World Wildlife Fund, and Global Exchange. 

    • 13 min
    Happiness and the Meaning of Life Interview Series - Linda Akutagawa

    Happiness and the Meaning of Life Interview Series - Linda Akutagawa

    Linda Akutagawa volunteered at LEAP, Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics in between jobs because she believed in the mission. Now decades later she is still there, as CEO, inspiring and developing hundreds of thousands of American Asian and Pacific Islander youth and business and government executives to step up to a diversity of leadership roles. She shows how when you are open and aware, you will find your road to happiness and your life purpose.

    • 12 min
    Happiness and the Meaning of Life Interview Series - Sandra Yancey

    Happiness and the Meaning of Life Interview Series - Sandra Yancey

    Sandra Yancey is a remarkable community builder and founder of eWomenNetwork, a multi-million $ success. She is recognized by CNN as an American Hero for her business and serving her community while raising a family and maintaining a loving 38-year marriage. Sandra’s mother came from Mexico, and she was raised on welfare after her father died young. 

    • 16 min