The 18 Rules of Happiness

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Inspire3 Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - 120 pages
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Would YOU like to discover your own true happiness? Right now, you spend 24 hours a day searching for happiness. It's the single motive behind absolutely every action you take. But are you experiencing enough genuine happiness in your daily life? If not, you need to take action. This book is a mini-course in mega-happiness. It unveils 18 simple secrets that you can use to begin enjoying profound happiness and freedom in your life. From simple shifts in attitude to powerful mind-body hacks, this guide will show you how to easily tap into the sunshine that already exists within you - and, quite simply, become the happiest person you know.

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User Review  - john257hopper - LibraryThing

18 fairly simple and quick rules to personal happiness and fulfilment. They seem quite effective and easily digestible. I will return to this. Read full review

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Karl Moore lives in Yorkshire, England. He is author of "Karl Moore's Visual Basic .NET: The Tutorials" and runs his own international consultancy group, White Cliff Computing Ltd. Karl regularly presents at industry conferences and is featured in leading development magazines, plus he's a frequent voice on BBC Radio. You can visit his official website at http: //www.karlmoore.com.

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