For some people, happiness can be hard to find.
It can be like walking on a never-ending road with many obstacles.
Amid such confusion, it can often be hard to discover the start of this journey to happiness and self-fulfillment. How about we start by being kind and forgiving to ourselves and figuring out what happy people have in common?
If you spend time with people who are happy, you will realize that these are some of the things that they have in common: gratitude, good humor, self-confidence, focus, adaptability, optimism, and empathy.
These values are great to practice and lead to a life of fulfillment. Besides, happiness is infectious. How you feel inside radiates outwards like an invisible force that magnetizes and energizes you, your surroundings, and everyone around you. It’s even been called anti-aging by many experts.
On this note, we present this book as a curation of these values — of experiences and practices that can help develop these values.
But, when did you think you could need a book on happiness?
Well, imagine reading a few chapters of a book on happiness and seeing yourself become someone who is obsessed with organizing and really accomplishing tasks that you want to complete. With an organized way of life, you have room to think, practice, and reflect.
You realize that the author gives motivating and (most importantly) doable advice and tips. Consequently, you get excited to read the rest of the book and see what other parts of your life you can improve!
Yes, our life has so many ups and downs and it can be helpful to seek advice from those who have something to say about their experience, something to share. We learn and grow by sharing experiences. If not for it, the coffin of life could be too suffocating.
This book is no different than a book of experiences. It is a book of experiences. More importantly, it’s a book about what could await us if we experience life in a certain way.
It’s nice how you can just pick this book up and pretty much start anywhere. The ideas are backed by in-depth research and self-retrospection, and the author provides great details from personal experiences. She talks about an organized and tested approach to life, looking at what makes life peaceful and healthy — both in the body and the mind.
By following the simple steps mentioned in this book and by reading about the author’s experience, there’s so much to know about. A fresh perspective on life awaits you.
A perspective that helps build a living framework to hold onto when things seem to be falling apart.
So why not check it out right now? We promise the messages in this book are like the season of spring, inviting you to bloom, to prosper.
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