Bill is the author of The Work-Life Equation: Six Key Values That Drive Happiness and Success. He is also like you, just another human being on this planet seeking some degree of happiness and success.

“The Work-Life Equation takes us back to the core principles that we learned as children, but forget as adults. If more workplaces were marked by Bill Maw’s values of cooperation, consideration, compassion, courtesy, respect, and responsibility, we’d all be happier and more successful.”
Adam Grant, Professor of Management, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and New York Times bestselling author of GIVE AND TAKE

“Bill Maw isn’t being metaphorical when he uses the word ‘equation’ – it really is an alphanumeric riddle: (H, S) = (4C, 2R). And by the end, it all makes sense.”
Dennis Kneale, Former Anchor, Fox Business and Former Editor at Forbes Magazine and The Wall Street Journal

“Maw has created a valuable blueprint for a happy life by fleshing out the definitions of words you thought you knew the meaning to. If you’re unhappy, read this book.”
Robert D. Smith, Author of 20,000 Days and Counting

Bill is a husband, father, executive, mentor, motivational speaker and writer with over 30 years of workplace experience. He is currently on the leadership team at a financial technology company in New York City. Bill has worked for large, mid- and small-sized companies around the world, through good and bad economic times where he witnessed both astonishing success stories and spectacular failures. During his career, he has had significant interaction with people in business, government, media and the educational sector.

Today he is passionate about personal growth and development, as a means toward happiness and success in both work and life.

Bill is also a professional speaker who has keynoted Princeton’s annual Business Today conference. He’s also served as a guest lecturer at Princeton and has had televised interviews including a segment on Fox Business News with his 10-year old son Henry, sharing a social business venture.

Bill has served on several company boards and is an Advisory Board Member for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) IDEAS Global Challenge.  He is also a board member of PYXERA Global, a not-for-profit based in Washington DC.

Though a native of England, Bill moved to the United States in the early 80s to live in New York City and then New Jersey with his wife Tara, their two sons Henry and Wills, and a very, very happy Yellow Lab called “Sugar.”

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