How We Choose to be Happy: The 9 Choices of Extremely Happy People-- Their Secrets, Their Stories

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Penguin, 2004 - Self-Help - 228 pages
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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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required reading for work, wellness discount for insurance, but surprisingly insightful to me, triggered several moments of reflection and thought. Read full review

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recommended by a friend of mine and I am enjoying it quite a bit. There are very specific suggestions and ideas. Thought provoking and helpful Read full review

Contents

Intention
19
Accountability
45
Identification
69
Centrality
85
Recasting
109
Options
131
Appreciation
151
Giving
169
Truthfulness
189
Synergy
215
Afterword
225
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Rick Foster and Greg Hicks are professional training consultants with a specialty in developing interpersonal skills. Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area, they conduct workshops and seminars throughout the United States and internationally, in public, private, and corporate forums, including in such major venues as Hewlett Packard, Toyota America, U.C. Berkeley, and UCLA.

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