About Erica Glessing

Erica Glessing writes and teaches happiness and forgiveness! As the CEO of Happy Publishing, she works with authors who are writing books in alignment with source to get the word out to the planet!

Her first book “Prospect When You Are Happy” was published in 2007 (Wyatt-Mackenzie/Happy) on the power of putting the law of attraction into action with practices for setting vision, intention, and getting into action on your dreams.

“Happiness Quotations: Gentle Reminders of Your Preciousness” published in 2011 (on Amazon and bookstores everywhere, Wyatt-Mackenzie/Happy) was endorsed by Jack Canfield and Marci Shimoff (Love for No Reason, Happy for No Reason author).

Erica’s Happiness Telesummit is a smashing success with more than 35 top happiness authors sharing wisdom and insight in the first event (2012) and the next live summit planned for May 2013.

Erica has three children ages 9, 10 and 11, and loves her kitty, dog and horse almost equally (Dakotah, her Tennessee Walking Horse, grabs a somewhat unequal amount of her attention).

In 2012, Erica published a fabulous book written by rock star real estate agents on successful home sales. Her vision was to help the country by getting home sales into motion — the country has already changed its energy since the book was written! It was published in fall 2012. Read more here: “Sell Your House Fast for the Right Price” and get ready for an amazing insight into home sales that work — nationwide!

More about Erica:

Erica’s mom, Martha Glessing, won an Emmy for her daytime educational series for women entitled “Turnabout” produced at KQED in San Francisco. Erica’s dad, Bob Glessing, wrote the quintessential book on underground press entitled “The Underground Press in America” when Erica was about 7, living in Berkeley, CA.

When Erica became a news reporter straight out of college, both parents celebrated. She wrote for the Sacramento Bee, Santa Barbara News Press, and was the winner of awards for her journalism efforts. Her first newspaper, The Dixon Tribune, won general excellence from the California Newspaper Publisher’s Association when Erica was the only reporter.

Erica left newspapers in 1990 and turned to a wonderful career in philanthropy. She started at Intel Corporation, helping give money and computers to schools, and developed Intel’s volunteer program at the Santa Clara site. She went on to work directly for Intel’s then-CEO Andy Grove, assisting Andy and his wife Eva with the development of the Grove Foundation. Erica rose to program director before leaving in 2004 to raise her family.

Now as a happiness author and coach, Erica’s vision is to inspire people worldwide to experience true happiness, every day.

Contact: EricaGlessing at gmail.com