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Mar 23, 2015


How to Be Happy Every Single Day: 63 Proven Ways to Boost Your Happiness and Live a More Positive Life

If you met the old me, you would hate me.

I used to be an unhappy pessimist. The worst kind: getting his high from things going wrong. Needless to say, I lived a sad life. I wish I could travel back in time and punch myself in the face. Maybe it would wake me up.

Unfortunately, time travel machines aren’t a thing yet. But you can avoid making my mistakes and focus on your happiness right here, right now.

My life was miserable until I started making changes to eliminate the negative thoughts from my mind. I slowly became happier and the bad emotions clouding my mind started fading away.

Now I enjoy my life more than ever before, and actually predict it will get even better every day. I find myself happy with some of the smallest things in life. Even when I’m facing problems, I still maintain the positive outlook that helps me solve them.

The book you’re about to read will deliver you my best 63 ideas on how to become a happy person. If you want to finally wake up with a smile on your face and be able to enjoy the little things in life, this book is for you.

How to Be Happy Every Single Day will help you discover:

- 3 habits to focus on the bright side of life. It’s the first and most important step to become a happier person. (Chapter 2)

- 3 habits to enjoy the little things in life. If you have no idea how people can get so happy while having so little, I will tell you how to join in the fun. (Chapter 3)

- how an Italian economist can help you find balance in your life. His well-known principle (unfortunately, rarely implemented outside of economy) can make extreme changes in your life. I wish I could fist-bump him. (Chapter 5)

- the happy habit most people practice the least. It’s actually much simpler than you think to become more satisfied with your life. Hint: mass media doesn’t help you to be happy. (Chapter 7)

- 3 beliefs to help you deal with problems in life. What one person sees as the worst thing that could happen in her life can be seen by another person as an opportunity to grow. Learn how to exhibit the latter attitude. That’s how happy people stay happy all the time. (Chapter 10)

- 3 beliefs to put an end to negative thoughts. Negative thoughts happen to all of us, including the happiest people on the planet. The difference is what we do – or what we don’t do – with these thoughts. Learn the proper approach. (Chapter 11)

- 3 beliefs to deal with negative people. Unhappy people can bring a lot of unhappiness to your life, but only if you let them. Learn how to free yourself of the negative influence of others. They aren’t worth it. (Chapter 14)

- 3 ways to simplify your life and become calmer and more content with what you have. Stop complicating your life and your happiness will soar. (Chapter 20)

- 3 life changes to create the kind of life that will give you joy, regardless of what other people think of your choices. Because if you let other people dictate your life, you’ll be a miserable sod. (Chapter 22)

If you’re ready to become a happy person, click the buy button now. I’m sure the advice from this book will change your life and boost your happiness.

Or you can wait for the damn time travel machine.

P.S. As a thank you gift for reading this book, you’ll get access to a list of my 50 favorite positive quotes. You can load them onto your e-reader and read them whenever you need a quick boost of happiness.

Mar 23, 2015

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Chapter 1: How Can Habits Change Your Life

Chapter 2: Focus on the Bright Side of Life

Chapter 3: How to Enjoy the Little Things in Life

Chapter 4: How Giving Can Make You Happier

Chapter 5: How an Italian Economist Can Help You Find Balance in Your Life

Chapter 6: Why Sitting Still Is One of the Keys to Happiness

Chapter 7: The Happy Habit Most People Practice the Least

Chapter 8: Re-Energize Yourself with the Right People


Introduction to Part Two

Chapter 9: Beliefs to Appreciate Your Life More

Chapter 10: Beliefs to Deal with Problems in Life

Chapter 11: Beliefs to Put an End to Negative Thoughts

Chapter 12: Beliefs to Accept Yourself and the World

Chapter 13: Beliefs to Make the Most Out of Your Life

Chapter 14: Beliefs to Deal with Negative People

Chapter 15: Beliefs to Grow as a Person


Introduction to Part Three

Chapter 16: Get Rid of Negative Thoughts

Chapter 17: Stop Sabotaging Yourself

Chapter 18: Don’t Let Other People Make You Unhappy

Chapter 19: Possessions Won’t Make You Happy

Chapter 20: Don’t Overcomplicate Your Life

Chapter 21: See the Positives in Everything

Chapter 22: Listen to Yourself


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Happiness is a funny thing. If you chase it, you will never catch it. If you realize you already have it, it will come to you in spades.

Happiness isn’t found outside. You won’t find it in other people. You won’t find it once you’re rich or when you become famous. Happiness is something you have to uncover in yourself. And the best way to do it is to build positive habits that will do all the hard work for you.

I wrote this book to share with you the habits, beliefs and life changes that helped me become a more positive person. I once was a pessimist to the core. I found joy in complaining, things that went wrong and failure. Oh, don’t act like you don’t know what I’m talking about. Negative emotions can be rewarding, albeit in a twisted way.

Fortunately, watching The Secret (I know, it’s cheesy, but hey, it worked for me) made me realize there’s incredible power in myself if I only let go of negative emotions.

In the following chapters I will share with you how I learned to instill positive habits in myself, and what other changes I did to become a happier person.

Yes, some of them are common sense (but I promise I won’t tell you such basic things as eat well or exercise more!) and some of them may be silly for some people, but they still worked for me.

Even if not all of the ideas will work for you (we’re all different, and I don’t claim that I came up with a perfect method to become a happier person), I bet that even one or two ideas from this book can change your life for better (but I know you will find more than just one or two ideas useful!)

The book is divided in three parts. In part one, I’ll discuss habits to improve your happiness. In part two, we’ll talk about beliefs to become a happier person. In the last part, we’ll discuss life changes to help you get rid of negativity in your life and become a more positive person.

Some ideas may be mentioned again twice or thrice. They are there for a reason – these are the most fundamental tips to become a happy person.


Chapter 1: How Can Habits Change Your Life

Habits are the building blocks of every success in your life.

If you want to lose weight, you need to eat less and move more. If you want to make new friends, you need to go out and socialize with people. If you want to become a great writer, you need to write on a daily basis.

On the other hand, habits are also the building blocks of every failure in your life.

If you’re overweight, it’s because you were eating too much and weren’t exercising enough. If you don’t have any friends, it’s because you decided to alienate yourself. If you don’t write well, it’s because you never took the time to write regularly.

Fortunately, failure doesn’t make you a failure. Failure is only feedback that can help you achieve success. And habits are the tools you can use to make it happen.

I realized the importance of habits when I lost over 30 pounds in three months. I didn’t do any magic tricks. I only changed my diet, and the results appeared right away.

If I could achieve such results in just three months by making some simple changes in my diet, how much could I change if I introduced other habits in my life? Suddenly I felt in control of my life. Soon, it spread to other areas of my life – such as happiness.

Once you experience the power of habits on your own skin, there is no going back. Positive habits can change you in as little as three months. The changes you undergo in a mere 90 days can transform you to such an extent that your old friends will no longer recognize you.

In the next chapters, you will learn about 63 powerful ideas that can help you become a happier person and change your life for better. If you want to become more positive, don’t just skim through this book – follow the advice and see how much it can help you.

How to Introduce New Habits in Your Life

All habits start with a why. If you have a powerful reason why you want to introduce a new habit in your life, you will be eager to start right away. If, on the other hand, you don’t have a good reason why you want to make changes in your life, you will procrastinate on introducing new habits.

In this aspect, procrastination can be your friend.

Every time someone tells me he wants to develop a new habit, but at the same time tells me he wants to wait until Monday, the first of the month, the New Year, or any other date that is supposedly going to make it easier, I know he won’t make any changes in his life. Would he really wait if developing this new habit was important to him?

If I told you that if you keep writing 1000 words a day, you would produce a bestseller in 24 months, would you really wait until the

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  • (4/5)
    Great book to read once. It has some great ideas that really make you contemplate your lofe
  • (3/5)
    I won an electronic copy of this book through member giveaway.The book in itself wasn't bad. It was an easy read and easy ro follow. If you want just some inspirational thoughts and need some positive impulses without getting deeper into humans soul, you can go for it. There are well known ideas, how to be happy, incorporated in the book but rereading those always helps when I am feeling down.I liked couple of ideas more than others.Firstly, I liked that the habit of spending time in social portals was underlined because I find this habit a growing illness of our time as well.Second, the idea of doig things now, because there is no middle way. Eiteher you want to be fit and start today or you don't mind to be fat and keep living as you were. But then there is no place for complaints. Dreaming and setting plans wont get you anywhere unless you start to act on them.On the other hand there were couple of things I didn't really like.I couldn't get rid of the feeling that this book is meant for rich spoiled kids. I mean people outside the US ofen can't afford proposed kind of thinking. For example, if you don't want to work then don't, if you don't want to study then don't do it. Just do what you like. Enjoy what you have. It may come as surprise but around the world if people don't work or study, they starve. The author can proudly state that he took the 30 day challenge of taking a cold shower to enjoy what he has, but I think this was only possible because he always knew that he could return to his normal comfortable life at any time. If he would be forced to live without hot water and heating not knowing when and whether it will improve, i doubt that he would be proud of this lifestile and peresented it as an achievement. But may be it's just my crippled thinking. Coz I am a post soviet kid. Seen it all, hadit all.And then there were two things mixed which are totally different - ignorance and inner peace. I don't think that the attitude like I don't give a crap about other people and their suffering, I walk away from people I don't agree with, I don't think about war in other countries unless it influences me personally, is really an inner peace. I would rather call it ignorance and arrogance
  • (3/5)
    To sum up the book, focus on what you already have and be grateful for it, meditate, stop thinking about other people and do what you can to get to where you really want to be.The book, however, is written in a less organized way, with a succession of individual tips to happiness, some of which are repeated as, according to the author, they're that important. I think I would have preferred the organization to separate the sections into What, Why and How, rather than habits, beliefs and changes. Particularly if the How section had more concrete things that could be done. I can easily believe that not having depressive thoughts would make me happier. And the example that was given on how not to have angry thoughts worked for anger. But the technique described didn't help for depression.I agree with the author's whats and whys, but found his hows to be separated rather than together and more theoretical than I would like. My particular problem with advice, whether it be from a book or a psychologist, is that, if specific exercises are not outlined, I have no idea how to put their suggestions into practice. This book has a few (namely, each day thinking of 5 things you're grateful for, meditating, drawing up a plan of what a happy future would look like and going 30 days without complaining) which I admire, but putting them together and including more would have been more helpful to me personally.I received an electronic copy of this book in exchange for a review.
  • (5/5)
    While there are millions of self help books available, one that is well presented is always welcome. Every reader may not relate to all 63 tips offered but for the author and thousands of others they were significant to growth and change.Happiness is not external so can not be chased and captured.The book is divided into three sections: Habits, Beliefs, Changesand some tips overlap.Habits covers reasons why you desire a change, motivation, attitudes, gratitudeNick shares examples and advice, the Pareto Principle, some scientific results and mention of Okinawa Japan where people live longer and healthier.Beliefs is also divided into three: Being Content, Being Appreciative, Focusing on NowUsing goals and vision with action steps to move forward.Opinions are not the same as beliefs.Section three is Changes: stopping negativity, being open to opportunities, willing to change.Take responsibility for your results.Reading the steps in proper order help change your thoughts.You still need to take the actions.I did receive a free copy of this book for review.
  • (5/5)
    This book reminds you of what you already instinctively know, but have forgotten because of the hustle and bustle of modern life. I loved the quotes and there's good, solid advice here.
  • (5/5)
    A great book to read on self-improvement, this is going to be one of the key books I'll use in my personal development and transformation process.
  • (5/5)
    This book is just amazing.Let me tell you how positive I felt reading your book.Contents in it are absolutely practical.I already started to pick up 1 habit as of now.This is a must to read book for anyone who is in need of positivity and handling day to day issues in life.Perfectly written.
  • (4/5)
    Easy going book , perfect for coffee breaks time.
    Super positive and tackles our day to day beliefs.