15 Minutes to Happiness: Easy, Everyday Exercises to Help You Be The Best You Can Be
Bonnier Publishing Ltd., Dec 28, 2017 - Self-Help - 304 pages
FROM THE CREATOR OF THE UK'S NO.1 SELF-HELP PODCAST, WITH OVER 5 MILLION DOWNLOADS
Would you like to feel happier and more fulfilled...
...but struggle to find time in your life to focus on yourself?
What if, with only a few minutes each day, you could find the secret to happiness?
For decades, Richard Nicholls has been helping people find happiness. Through his number one hit podcast, Motivate Yourself, and in practice as a registered psychotherapist, he specialises in offering effective solutions to real-life problems.
Now, in his first book, Richard shares short, simple exercises, no longer than 15 minutes, to integrate into your day that are proven to help with happiness and wellbeing.
He cuts through the myths and misconceptions created by self-help guides and looks at the science behind what works and what doesn't when it comes to making ourselves happy.
Richard's innovative approach shows you exactly how the smallest of changes to our thoughts, lifestyle and interaction with others can dramatically improve your life forever.
Find your happier self and be the best you can be with Richard Nicholls.
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