Author Ann Marie Houghtailing Offers an Alternative Path Behind Gallop’s Latest Poll on Job Satisfaction in Her New Book About Business Success

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On the heels of the the recent Gallup poll indicating that only 30% of workers are inspired and motivated, this author advises creating your own opportunities

It’s about how to design a life of your choosing. It’s about owning your potential for a joyous, prosperous life that reflects your passion.”

In her bold new book, sales and business consultant Ann Marie Houghtailing discusses how to create a life that is fulfilling and serves a purpose, and how said purpose can be woven into both personal and professional satisfaction. This daring approach comes on the heels of Gallup’s latest poll that found only 30 percent of American employees feel engaged or inspired in their jobs.

In How I Created a Dollar out of Thin Air (The Houghtailing Group, May 2013, $19.99), Houghtailing chronicles her own employment struggles and how, in the 2009 economic climate, she started a company with only $5 in her pocket and a Macbook by her side. Through her consulting business and book, Houghtailing advocates strongly for people to live their decadent dream.

“Success is not designed, it is designed,” said Houghtailing. “It’s about how to design a life of your choosing. It’s about owning your potential for a joyous, prosperous life that reflects your passion.”

Houghtailing gives readers the tools that enabled her to create a dollar out of thin air and live an inspiring professional life. Her book includes truths including how to create your own opportunity; asking for what you want; and how your attitude is your truth. These are vital lessons for American workers at a time when Gallup finds that 70 percent of U.S. workers are not reaching their full potential in their jobs.

For more information about Ann Marie Houghtailing and How I Created a Dollar out of Thin Air, visit http://www.annmariehoughtailing.com.

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