How We Choose to Be Happy: The 9 Choices of Extremely Happy People--Their Secrets, Their Stories (Google eBook)
Now featuring new research and the most current information on the science of happiness, this book presents an outline of the nine choices happy people consistently make.
Also included are tools for self-assessment to allow readers to measure happiness-and to find out what might be holding them back from having more of it. Insightful, intimate, and inspiring, How We Choose to Be Happy lets readers learn by example, and take substantial steps toward joining the ranks of the extremely happy.
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Review: How We Choose to Be Happy: The 9 Choices of Extremely Happy People--Their Secrets, Their StoriesUser Review - Anna - Goodreads
I've read a lot of self-help books, and there's a lot of recycled, repackaged information out there. This book had fresh insights backed by wonderful testimonies. It was inspiring, and I learned a ... Read full review
Review: How We Choose to Be Happy: The 9 Choices of Extremely Happy People--Their Secrets, Their StoriesUser Review - Linda - Goodreads
4 stars for information, 2 stars for self-help style writing (vignettes from workshops the authors have led made me want to gag). However, the stories of individual people who illustrate the author's ... Read full review
Our Happiness Model and Scientific Research
The Definition of Happiness
Our Journey to the Happiness Model
Who are the Happy People?
Finding and Studying Happy People
Happiness History and Choice
What You Can Expect?
Is Happiness Superficial and Selfindulgent?
Happiness in the Long Term
Tony Centralizes His Dream List
Cash Versus Centrality
Insecurity Instability and Centrality
When Life Gets in Our Way
Recasting LifeAltering Events
How Happy Are You? Rate Yourself
Setting Intentions All Day Long
The Lifelong Intention to Be Happy
Janet and Arthurs Big Adventure
Kathryns StoryPart Two
The Blame Game
Overcoming Omnipotent Responsibility
Happiness Is Hell for Victims
Turning Life Around
Convergent Versus Divergent Thinking
Creativity Limitations and Boredom
The Commerce of Giving
Kathryns StoryPart Three
The Internal Contract
The Truth About What You Need
Like Pebbles in a Clear Lake
Two Happy Lives