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Happiness

How to Get into the Habit of Being Happy
Narrated by: Henrietta Meire
Length: 3 hrs and 24 mins
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Summary

We may all have different abilities, interests, beliefs, and lifestyles, but there is one thing we all have in common: We want to be happy! Happiness shows you how to be happy by adopting lifelong "happiness habits" that bring and fulfillment and pleasure to your days.  

These habits will help you manage life's inevitable ups and downs; consistent practice will develop your happiness abilities and help you live the happy life you want.  

Aristotle believed happiness was comprised of pleasure and a sense of life well-lived. Today's research agrees, suggesting that "happiness" is defined by your overall satisfaction with your life as well as how you feel from day to day. This audiobook shows you that happiness is a skill made up of a particular set of habits that you can bring in your life starting today.  

  • Identify your own personal definition of "happiness"  
  • Learn why we need to be happy and what often gets in the way  
  • Develop habits that help you create and maintain happiness over the long term  
  • Learn how to be happy when you're stuck in an unhappy situation  
  • Discover the often-overlooked happiness that surrounds you every day
©2018 Gill Hasson (P)2019 Gildan Media, LLC

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Decent Short Book

I do like Gill's books as they're always full of sound, sensible advice and are a good tonic to the "Americanised Wooh Yeah" books that are out there.
It's good advice in here too some will be gentle reminders others just common knowledge. It's well worth a listen although for me the narrator didn't have the gravitas I would have liked, she'd be better on a romantic novel than life skill book, but that was just my opinion.
All in all a good short book with some worthy advice.

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