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Janet Pfeiffer, international inspirational speaker and award-winning author has appeared on CNN, Lifetime, ABC News, The 700 Club, NBC News, Fox News, The Harvest Show, Celebration, TruTV and much more. She’s been a guest on over 100 top radio shows, is a contributor to Ebru Today TV and hosts her own radio show, Anger 911, on

Janet has spoken at the United Nations, Notre Dame University (for the NACSDC National Conference), has served as committee member and keynote speaker for the YWCA National Week Without Violence Campaign, and is a member of the National Police Suicide Foundation and past board member for the World Addiction Foundation.

She is a former columnist for the Daily Record and has been a contributing writer to Woman’s World Magazine, Living Solo Magazine, Prime Woman Magazine and N.J. Family. Her name has appeared in print more than 72 million times, including The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Fusion, Alaska Business Monthly and more than 50 other publications.

Janet has authored 8 books, including the highly acclaimed The Secret Side of Anger (endorsed by NY Times bestselling author, Dr. Bernie Siegel). Her latest work, The Great Truth: Shattering Life's Most Insidious Lies That Sabotage Your Happiness Along With the Revelation of Life's Sole Purpose was recently released by Balboa Press. "All books of wisdom are meant to be read more than once. This is one such book." - Dr. Bernie Siegel

A consultant to corporations including AT&T, U.S. Army, U.S. Postal Service and Hoffman-LaRoche, Janet is NJ State certified in domestic violence, an instructor at a battered women’s shelter and founder of The Antidote to Anger Group. She specializes in healing anger and conflict and creating inner peace.

Janet is a member of several speaker’s bureaus and professional networking organizations. She can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Referral Key and Pinterest. She writes a weekly blog and bi-monthly online newsletter.

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Today’s Brilliance from Janet Pfeiffer

Some people believe that when you have your health you have everything. Yet I know healthy people who are miserable. Others seek to acquire wealth only to discover that, while money can buy things to enjoy, it is not, in-and-of itself, fulfilling. Based on the 15,000 books Amazon sells on this topic, there's an overabundance of people seeking to be happy. Many have found random moments of happiness: "I'm thrilled when my grandchildren come to visit." "I have an amazing career!" Yet each condition is transitory, thereby potentially altering our state of mind when change occurs. If your industry folds…

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