We all have good days and bad days. Some days we're on form, others we can't really be bothered and feel a little lack lustre. No one enjoys those slump days - so let's do away with them! The wonderful, uplifting and funny authors of the best-selling The Art of Being Brilliant are here to show us how to get motivated, get positive and get happy, and, most importantly, how to be all three consistently. Every single day. Using a solid understanding of positive psychology, but with clear visual illustrations, simple explanations and a bit of funny stuff, Be Brilliant Everyday shows us how to foster some serious positivity and mental agility and transform our lives. The book is crammed with practical tips to help us ditch those down days and flourish every single day. Live and breathe positivity everyday. Learn to be truly happy, confident and more effective. Become a great example to others and inspire those around you. Feel brilliant in a busy, demanding world.
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I've spent nearly 10 years of my life reading self help books, love the field. But it all got so boring and repetitive.
This book just bought it all together and literally reframed my thinking, again (in the positive direction).
Love the humour. So bloody funny. A change from all the American 'You can do it!' styles. Deliciously written. I often burst out laughing. Not a good look if you're a Londoner, travelling Underground.
Just utterly refreshing. Very well read and great content. Looking forward to more books!
I really enjoyed this. I read their first one too. The pair give good advice with plenty of mischief. It kept me engaged all the way through. I am now armed with tools to face a corporately catastrophic demoralised group.
I might try a book but not an audiobook. The amount of footnotes and asides mean that this doesn't work that well as an audiobook and I suspect that the print version is a much better experience.
There is some good common sense advice delivered in a refreshingly simply way
No. Never. Not if you paid me.
The message of the book was lost in the terrible narration. Imagine Alan Partridge trying to read a children's book in the style of Julian Clary and you are not far off the aural terror of this audiobook. I physically winced at times.
On several occasions I thought about just giving up but wanted to stuck with it to see what the authors had to say.
On balance, probably not.
If it were not for the odd swear word this almost felt like a book for children at times (turns out one of the authors does write children's books). Not really sure who the audience is intended to be.
First time I've ever bothered to write a review but it would have been a tremendous injustice not to on his occasion.
How refreshing to find a self help book that isn't written in a manner that makes things oh so dull and tiresome.
Regularly found myself laughing out loud and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Fantastically written and hilariously read. A real gem.
Honestly cannot recommend it enough.
Stories and footnotes bring it to life. Inspiring , exploring the concepts of what makes a person and their life worthwhile to them and others. We are what we perceive of ourselves and others to be and have the ability to make choices as to how we can make ourselves be worthwhile to us and others
There are several really helpful bits here and there, a lot of the stories are over done all in a patronising school voice. An the author is obviously in love with the co author!
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