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Happiness Simplified

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32 pagine
26 minuti
Pubblicato:
May 1, 2017
ISBN:
9781386095163
Formato:
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This guide include delicius Free delicius Ice Cream… No is not, sorry for dissapoint you, I just wanted your atention. But I promise if you keep reading you will get something better… And no, you not going to get two ice cream.

Happiness is a widely discussed topic, and still it is quite disconcerting. In fact, many sociological studies show that most people have no idea what it is that makes them happy.

For a long time, gurus talked about positive thinking as the key of happiness. Well, sorry for dissapointed again but is not.

According to a poll made by psychiatrist Robert Waldinger about what were his most important goals on our life for today's young people, 80% of the respondents said that they were millionaires. And not only that, in addition, half of them also wanted to be famous. So we work hard to get that things but, Are they actually the most important in life for our happiness?

As the entrepreneur Nat Ware afirm: The first step to being happy is to understand why we can often become unhappy.

There is no magic pill for true happiness, at least not that it results in the long run. Happiness is an emotional process that can be learned if we understand the primary factors that determine it. Giving you a better undestanding of happiness is actually will help you to make you happier, but this undoubtedly requires a lot of work, effort and determination.

Pubblicato:
May 1, 2017
ISBN:
9781386095163
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

Hi There! My name is German. I am half Argentine, half German (and yes, my name is German) entrepreneur and author. I specialize in personal development, drawing knowledge from hundreds of books I have read and from having traveled the world. In my books, I offer new perspectives that put individual growth as the key to a more successful and fulfilling social life. I simplify things by uncomplicating the complicated.

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Table of contents

- Introduction

- Chapter 1: Why we are so unhappy

- Chapter 2: Undestanding Happiness

- Chapter 3: What make us Happy?

- Chapter 4: The longest Study on Hapiness

- Chapter 5: The Danes´s secret on Hapiness

CONCLUSION

Introduction

This guide includes delicious Free Ice Cream... No it doesn't, sorry to disappoint you. But I promise if you keep reading you will get something better... And no, you are not going to get two ice creams.

Happiness is a widely discussed topic, and still it is quite disconcerting. In fact, many sociological studies show that most people have no idea what it is that makes them happy.

According to a poll taken by psychiatrist Robert Waldinger about what the most important goals were in life for today's young people, 80% of the respondents said 'being a millionaire.' And not only that, half of them also wanted to be famous. So we work hard to get those things but, are they actually the most important in life for our happiness?

In addition. for a long time, it was also said that positive thinking was the key to happiness. Well, sorry to disappoint again but it is not.

As the entrepreneur Nat Ware affirms: The first step to being happy is to understand why we can often become unhappy.

There is no magic pill for true happiness, at least nothing that will last in the long run. Happiness is an emotional process that can be learned if we understand the primary factors that determine it. Giving you a better understanding of happiness will actually help you to make yourself happier, but this undoubtedly requires a lot of work, effort and determination.

Chapter 1: Why we are so unhappy

- Why is it we live in the era of greater comfort and yet complain more?

- Why is it we have become more wealthy and are still not any happier?

- Why are we more unhappy coming second place in a competition than coming third?

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In his Ted talk "Why we are so unhappy," economist and entrepreneur Nat Ware, explains how bad we are at predicting our own happiness.

"The first step

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