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100 Simple Secrets of Happy People - Hallmark Edition (2001 original; edició 2001)

de David Niven PhD (Autor)

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Scientists and academics have spent entire careers investigating what makes people happy. But hidden in obscure scholarly journals and reports, their research is all too often inaccessible to ordinary people. Now the bestselling author of the 100 Simple Secrets series distills the scientific findings of over a thousand of the most important studies on happiness into easy-to-digest nuggets of advice. Each of the hundred practices is illustrated with a clear example and illuminated by a straightforward explanation of the science behind it to show you how to transform a ho-hum existence into a full and happy life. Believe in yourself: Across all ages, and all groups, a solid belief in one's own abilities increases life satisfaction by about 40 percent, and makes us happier both in our home lives and in our work lives. Turn off your TV: Watching too much TV can triple our hunger for more possessions, while reducing our personal contentment by about 5 percent for every hour a day we watch.… (més)
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Títol:100 Simple Secrets of Happy People - Hallmark Edition
Autors:David Niven PhD (Autor)
Informació:HarperOne (2001), 224 pages
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The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use It de David Niven (2001)

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I'm intrigued with happiness. So much so that I pick up any book I see about happiness at the library and I'm always adding new books on happiness to my Amazon wish list.
How could I pass up this cool e-book at my public library, then?
Of course, I couldn't.
And I'm very glad I didn't. Niven focuses on one hundred ways research has shown that happy people are different from unhappy people. The differences are striking and it is surprisingly easy to emulate happy people.
I plan to acquire a copy of this book for myself. ( )
  debnance | Sep 23, 2012 |
Most of the stuff in here seems pretty obvious, but I think a lot of people lose focus on the things they find important. In my opinion, this book helps us reprioritize. Certainly a book that can be reread when you feel a lack of direction in your life. ( )
  slarsoncollins | Mar 31, 2012 |
Happiness. It’s what people say they want more than anything else in life. The single most important idea I carried away from this book was that most of people’s happiness comes from having relationships with other people. ( )
  debnance | Jan 29, 2010 |
Light read sprinkled with statistics. Nothing particularly mind-changing, though. ( )
  sachachua | Aug 11, 2009 |
Easy to read and follow ideas on how to be happy. What is neat is that every idea there is a tidbit of research on it. I found that by taking a number of these ideas and just putting them into everyday life helps. Examples: Believe in yourself,turn off the tv(watching too much tv can triple our hunger for more possessions, while reducing our personal contentment by about 5% for every hour we watch), be open to new ideas, do what you say you are going to do( crucial in work /home life to stay focused and committed to whatever you say you will do),Every relationship is different,don't think what if,events are temporary,you always have a choice,be agreeable(make it easy for people to deal with you),listen to music, have fun,give yourself time to adapt to change,keep reading,say so what,$ does not buy happiness,laugh,develop some common interests with loved ones,develop a household routine ( )
  laws | Aug 5, 2009 |
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Scientists and academics have spent entire careers investigating what makes people happy. But hidden in obscure scholarly journals and reports, their research is all too often inaccessible to ordinary people. Now the bestselling author of the 100 Simple Secrets series distills the scientific findings of over a thousand of the most important studies on happiness into easy-to-digest nuggets of advice. Each of the hundred practices is illustrated with a clear example and illuminated by a straightforward explanation of the science behind it to show you how to transform a ho-hum existence into a full and happy life. Believe in yourself: Across all ages, and all groups, a solid belief in one's own abilities increases life satisfaction by about 40 percent, and makes us happier both in our home lives and in our work lives. Turn off your TV: Watching too much TV can triple our hunger for more possessions, while reducing our personal contentment by about 5 percent for every hour a day we watch.

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