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Have you ever wondered what it's like to experience happiness? Not just fleeting happiness, but the kind of happiness that lasts a lifetime. If you often feel like there's something missing in your life, then this book might just have the answers you're looking for.
Today's modern world can be very stressful, to say the least. With more and more people sinking into mood disorders, it's important that you take the necessary steps to uncovering your happiness. You do not have to settle for temporary sources of happiness any longer because with this guide, you will finally know just what it means to be, well, happy.
Here Is a Preview of What You Will Learn
Learn how to direct focus on the now, and not the past or the future. Being happy starts with living in the present.
Uncover the secret to changing your mindset and gearing it towards happiness. There's a way to feel instantly happy, just changing up your perspective.
Master the art of contentment if you want to understand what happiness really means to you. Once you find contentment, it will change your life forever.
Discover the foolproof formula to lasting happiness, no matter where you are in your life right now. You only need 3 things to experience lasting happiness.
Get in a happy mood with surefire happiness hacks for the body. Learn how correct breathing, proper stretching and a warm bath can make you feel better about your day, and your life!
Psyche yourself up with happiness hacks for the mind that will get you thinking, and smiling. The mind is your best tool to getting lasting happiness - use it!
Happiness hacks for the soul will not only brighten your mood, but will also help you find purpose in your life.
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By David on 03-23-15
It at least got me thinking at a decent price.
The book does one thing that is important, it gets you thinking. It made for a nice listen on my hour and a half drive to my hometown. It reminds me of some comments that my professor wrote on one of my graduate essays... "It's filled with broad generalizations and unsupported claims." For a few bucks, can't be mad at all.