The Sisterhood of Happiness: Where Businesswomen with Heart Find a Formula for Success

An average woman with a positive, active mindset can absolutely become a superstar, given the right environment. And we provide the environment where you can flourish.

–Victoria Trafton, Founder of The Sisterhood of Happiness™

Created Especially for Women, About Women and by Women

After years of striving to achieve success according to men’s standards – starting with oversize shoulder pads – businesswomen are finding that using their natural gifts for genuine connection and relationships leads to great things.

Success is still the goal but on our terms. Women have redefined success. We’re wired to want more than to reach the top of the corporate ladder.

The New Rules

In a nutshell, the Sisterhood is a place where women connect and collaborate to create opportunities for all.

How do we make it happen? It’s not random. Our founder, Victoria Trafton, purposely designed the Sisterhood to follow a Formula. She created the Sisterhood to provide an environment for women to build a powerful network for life.

We Are…

Most of our members are entrepreneurs, or if not, have an entrepreneurial mindset. Many have their own business but not all. We come from a variety of professions ranging from attorneys to financial planners, coaches, image consultants, professional organizers and so on.

We are all purposeful women who celebrate each other by recognizing and validating their efforts.

The Sisterhood of Happiness is a networking group that helps members build and expand their businesses. Yet it relies on a foundation of happiness. We believe: Happiness is the precursor to success.

We’re not talking about the fluffy, Pollyanna kind of happiness. No, this is serious happiness, a new science and it comes with academic credentials. According to Dr Martin Seligman, father of Positive Psychology the highest level of happiness is using our unique gifts and talents in the service of something bigger than ourselves.

…Not your average networking group.