Will Jelbert had what many people would consider the ideal life: a well paying job, a beautiful wife and a great apartment, but he still wasn't happy. One day the life he knew came to an abrupt end when he was thrown from his bike, face first into the sidewalk of a Sydney street. After a year in recovery, Jelbert decided to dedicate the next three years to a happiness research project. The result: The Happiness Animal. The world's first dedicated exercise guide to happiness condenses the latest applied positive psychology research into a guide to five muscles. For each muscle, Jelbert provides five simple exercises that you can apply to your everyday life, without having to adjust your schedule. Perfect for people in all walks of life, the exercises in The Happiness Animal will act as a driving force for your happiness.
©2014 Will Jelbert (P)2014 Will Jelbert
It's one of my favorites by far. I've listened to quite a few audiobooks, and I would have to say The Happiness Animal is definitely among my top 5.
I can't pick a specific moment that stood out the most to me, but I loved when the author shared about his personal experiences and the lessons he took from them. I love a book that I feel I can relate to, and that's what made it most memorable for me.
No, but I may do so in the future.
Yes! I found myself not wanting to put my headphones away the entire day.
This was one of the best "self-help" books i've had the pleasure of listening to. I recommend it to anyone who wants to find their way to true happiness (who wouldn't want that?).
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