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21 Things You Should Give Up To Be Happy (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Alvin Huang , Chris D'Cruz

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Everything You've Ever Been Taught About Happiness Is WRONG.

We've been raised on the idea that the more we have, the happier we'll be. So much so that most of us dedicate our lives to pursuing the wrong ideals in life. We end up thinking career success guarantees happiness, or hitting a specific goal might make us happy, or that happiness is based on external circumstance.

Sometimes, giving up is exactly what you need to do in order to find happiness in your life.

"21 Things To Give Up To Be Happy" reveals the secrets to lifelong happiness. Comprising of 21 essential lessons, this book will teach you just why the old adage "less is more" couldn't be more apt to your pursuit of happiness.

Here are just some of what you'll find in "21 Things To Give Up To Be Happy":

Give Up Caring About What People Think About You
• Learn why seeking the approval of others may never get you the happiness you seek
• How it really doesn't matter what anyone else thinks when you're an expert at what you do

Give Up Trying To Please Everyone Else Besides You
• Why saying "No" is not the end of the world (so many people are afraid of disagreeing because they're afraid of what might happen... but sometimes "No" is the best answer you can give)
• How being true to what you're great at will do more for your happiness than trying to be what others want you to be

Give Up Complaining
• Complaining is like being on a treadmill: It gets you nowhere! Learn why venting has very limited effectiveness compared to working on changing your circumstance (and how you can do exactly that... change circumstances).
• How focusing on what you have can overcome your perceived shortcomings (hint: the power of gratitude can work miracles...)

Give Up Making Excuses
• Excuses can extinguish unlimited potential that you might not have been aware of. Learn how giving up excuses might just put you back in control of your own life.
• Why trusting yourself can turn "I can't" into "I can" (once you get the hang of this, there's literally nothing you cannot achieve in life)

Give Up The Aimless Wander
• The secret to finding your true path in life (not knowing this secret is the #1 reason why so many people are unhappy...)
• How mapping your life goals can steer you in the right direction

And much, much more!

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 160 pages
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  • Editeur : Alvin Huang, Chris D'Cruz (28 mai 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Worthless. 11 décembre 2014
Par SGF - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I debated whether or not I should write a review of this book. On the one hand, I would rather not admit and have on the record that I was suckered into buying this. But on the other hand, the book is so bad that I really want to warn off others.

What finally convinced me to take the time to write the review (and shamefully admit having read this thing) was what I noticed when I went back and read other people's reviews. I'll get back to this later. But first I'll tell you why I purchased this in the first place.

I am not an avid reader of self-help or New Agey spirituality books. But occasionally I'll get into a little rut in life and I've found that reading books in those genres can be helpful in snapping me out my funk. Some that I have enjoyed are "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People," "The Power of Now," "The Four Agreements," etc. Generally books that have seen great success before I ever get around to reading them. And because those books have been so successful by the time I get around to buying and reading them, I generally take for granted that they must be well-written and effectively convey some universal truths and essential wisdom.

I don't go in expecting a total life-changer. In fact, having read a good number of books like this, I've found that many of them are essentially saying the same thing. But each author has his or her own unique way of conveying their message. So, even though I may get no totally fresh insights from a new book, many times an author will say something that I already know, but express it in a way that makes me feel as though I'm hearing it again for the first time. It can be refreshing and, as I've said, it can be very helpful in lifting my mood from time to time.

Which brings me to this purchase. I am currently in one of those periods in my life when I feel like I can use a pick-me-up. But since I didn't have any new books on my radar, I decided to just start browsing. I was going to be traveling, so I didn't want anything to be too heavy or too much of a time-commitment. Nothing really jumped out at me and after going from link to link to link, I finally ended up on this title. Frankly I was sick of looking and this title had all 4 and 5 star reviews...so how bad could it be? The answer is: very bad.

Frankly, the author could have just bullet-pointed the 21 Things on one sheet of paper and let the reader fill in the rest with common sense. Truly, I think that the chapters he wrote to bolster his 21 Things did more damage than good. After each chapter I felt like I would have been better off just reading the title of each chapter and calling it a night. Right now I'm having a hard time even conveying what is wrong here. But really there is NOTHING good. Just a really awful and poorly-written book. There is absolutely nothing here that I found motivational or inspiring, or even particularly insightful.

I think anyone with the right life experiences and hard-earned wisdom has the potential to write a powerful book. You need not be a pastor, philosopher or yogi. But this person here has nothing to offer. In fact, I think it is obvious that this guy is someone who sees "self-help" as a market where he can just pump out a bunch of garbage and have people buy it. And, shamefully, I did buy it.

And, having read and hated it, I wanted to go back and see what the 4 and 5-star reviews were saying about this book. I wish I had read them before buying. They are obviously fake reviews that the author paid for. ALL of the reviews before mine came in the course of a couple of weeks. When you click on those reviewers' profiles, you can see that they ALL review many of the same products and titles. And they ALL give 4 and 5-star reviews to EVERYTHING they review. And they review STRICTLY schlocky third-rate products and titles. And, simply reading their reviews of this title you will see that they all speak in such general terms that they might as well be posting form letters.

These bulk 4 and 5-star reviews come from online "review services" who get paid money to hype products. It is shameful and I wish Amazon and other companies would do a better job of detecting and policing the practice.

It was this deceitful tactic that finally swayed me to come forward and say..."I am a sucker. But you need not be. Do not give this clown a dime of your money."
21 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Read the review titled "Worthless" 15 février 2015
Par EricJT - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Most of the positive reviews for this book are bogus, purchased to promote the book. Read the other review.
29 internautes sur 35 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Learn about yourself and your issues 17 juin 2014
Par Manchester - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This book is all about using your thoughts and actions to fix the problems and achieve happiness in your life.
What kind of problems? Well, this book looks into many behaviors that might be affecting us such as anger, worrying, and even gossiping! I found the main value in this book was getting us to think about how our daily life choices affect the way we live and the negative patterns that most of us have been unknowingly practicing.
31 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Valuable information 8 juin 2014
Par Ranger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
My sister recommended this book, and while I wasn't very sure what it could offer me in terms of my happiness, I still read it. I was surprised that it actually contained information that I was not aware of at first. It helped me realize that there is so much negativity in our lives we can remove. I recommend that you follow the exercises provided after each chapter so you can get the most of what you've learned throughout the book.
30 internautes sur 38 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good food for thought in achieving happiness 12 juin 2014
Par Momto4BookLover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I love the teachings in this book and think this is very helpful to guide you in life. I will use the examples and techniques to practice in my own life. The whole point of this book is to make people happier so it is applicable to people from all walks of life. You also learn a lot about yourself when you apply yourself to the various chapters. I just want to give this book to EVERYONE I know! Easy to read, applicable to anyone.
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