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Brian Colbert

The Happiness Habit

Whatever you want from life, this book will have a benefit for you.
A key element to finding happiness is understanding what your (often unconscious) basic drives are and ensuring that these are being satisfied. Brian Colbert addresses the core questions that will help you discover who you really are.
In this book he will teach you how to get past what's stopping you from reaching your true potential and how to bring about lasting happiness into your life.
Many of us think that in order to change, we need therapy. This is not always the case — you may just need this book.
Using a series of powerful mind exercises, The Happiness Habit shows you:
— How to improve your relationship with yourself (and others)
— How to build your confidence and stay positive
— How to face adversity and overcome challenges
— How to live a happier and more fulfilling life.
Research is increasingly proving that traditional methods of exploring negative experiences from your past doesn't necessarily help you to move forward. The exercises in this book will help you train your brain to replace constant self-criticism and depreciation with more useful ways of thinking.
Brian will teach you the skills, ability, direction and focus to develop the habit of happiness. This book gives you all the tools you need to lead a happier life.
324 printed pages
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Gill Books
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  • Оксана Глагольеваshared an impression8 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    💡Learnt A Lot


  • mmilosevic67has quoted3 years ago
    You can’t always determine what happens to you, but you can always decide how you respond. If someone says something to you or someone does something that you don’t approve of, you can choose how you react.
  • b8160028287has quoted3 years ago
    ‘a non-ordinary state of consciousness’
  • Александра Загорулькоhas quoted3 years ago
    If you woke up this morning and are having nothing more than an ordinary day, you are more fortunate than the one million people who will not survive to the end of this week. If you have never experienced the horrors of war, the agony of torture or the loneliness of imprisonment, you are better off than 500 million people on this planet. If you can put food on your table, clothes on your back and have a place to sleep safely, you are richer than 75 per cent of people in this world. If you have a few quid put away or even just a little money left over at the end of the week, you are among the wealthiest 8 per cent of the world’s population. If this is the case, why is it that many of us are not as happy as we ought to be?
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