ABOUT THE BOOK

Contentment Commitment Live A Happier Life by Tim Streeter

Contentment Commitment Origin

In my late 20s and early 30s, I was perceived by others to be achieving success in my professional life, but was struggling to manage increasing demands in my personal life and felt like I was failing as a husband, a father, and a friend while neglecting myself as well.

 

Contentment Commitment Framework

In response, I leveraged existing tools used to gain insights into happiness at work (Engagement) and evolved them to create a simple framework focused on improving happiness in life (Contentment).  At first I just did it for myself, but it was such a life-changing experience that I began sharing it with select friends and colleagues struggling with similar issues.  Based on their feedback, I have been sharing it ever since.

Contentment Commitment Purpose

Building out this framework and bringing it to life through personal stories in a book has been a passion project years in the making.  I hope it helps you and those you love Live a Happier Life as it did for me.  

Contentment Commitment Live A Happier Life by Tim Streeter

con·tent·ment

/kənˈtentmənt/

a state of happiness and satisfaction

com·mit·ment

/kəˈmitmənt/

the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tim Streeter spent 25 years working in consulting and human resources including global leadership roles in Talent Acquisition at Accenture and Whirlpool.  During that time, he worked from home for over 20 years while traveling to nearly 50 countries for business or pleasure.  Happily married for 24 years (and counting) with two college-aged children, Tim has played soccer competitively for over 40 years and is a lifelong fan of the beautiful game.  Together with his brother, he has released 9 pop music albums under the artist name T Street Players.  Retired at age 47 and actively planning to launch a Foundation at age 55, Tim's current focus is to help as many people as possible Live a Happier Life by sharing a simple framework he created called Contentment Commitment.   

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