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Joy Mangano, Inventing Joy

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Monday, 11-13-2017
7:30 PM
MJCCA-Zaban Park • 5342 Tilly Mill Road
Dunwoody, Georgia 30338





In Conversation with Dana Barrett, Host of The Dana Barrett Show,  biz 1190 AM WAFS

As the visionary entrepreneur and inventor of the Miracle Mop®, Huggable Hangars®, Spinball® luggage and hundreds of other successful products, Joy Mangano carved her own path to fame and fortune with courage, creativity, and sheer force of will—all against the longest of odds. Yet Joy believes the skills and tools she used along the way are available to us all, no matter our dreams or circumstance. In her deeply personal and inspirational book, Joy shares poignant and relatable stories about her childhood, her family, her career, and her ultimate mission—to live a life that brings “True Joy” to her and all those around her. In doing so, she lays out a blueprint that will help dreamers everywhere build their best and bravest life. Indispensable for innovators, entrepreneurs, and boundary-breakers of all shapes and sizes, Inventing Joy reaches beyond the business world to offer a beautiful new way to perceive—and improve—your life, family, relationships, success, and even your very purpose.


About the Author:

Joy Mangano is the president of Ingenious Designs LLC, the company that she founded in 1990 and later merged into HSN, Inc., the parent company of direct-to-consumer content retailer HSN.  Joy herself appears live on HSN about fourteen times per year, reaching over ninety million homes.  In addition to her product work, Joy is also the owner of the acclaimed Long Island fine dining restaurant, Jema, and is the founding director of The Joy Mangano Foundation. She was the subject of the 2015 hit film, Joy, where she was played by the actress Jennifer Lawrence.

"It was an honor to play Joy on the big screen - she's such a fearless woman, an incredible business force and an inspiration to everyone she meets." —Jennifer Lawrence


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