10 Things Happy People Do Differently

10 Things Happy People Do Differently

$4.99

This e-book builds on Paula Davis-Laack’s successful article of the same name. Her article has been shared more than 55,000 times, translated into three languages, and was named a Top 25 blog post for 2012 on Psychology Today. Short and succinct, this e-book will give you ten research-based strategies to help you build your own, unique happiness practice. In addition, included are over 30 self-coaching questions to help you think more deeply about your own happiness practice, along with several assessments and worksheets to help you put the happiness strategies into immediate action.

After you have completed your purchase, you will receive a link to the book in PDF, EPUB (Nook), and MOBI (Kindle) formats.


Product Description

Happiness is one of the most talked about subjects on the planet. It’s splashed across the cover of tons of self-help books, it’s on bumper stickers, marketing materials, and there is even a science of happiness, with courses in positive psychology popping up in universities around the world. But, how do you actually build your happiness?

Succinct and focused, 10 Things Happy People Do Differently identifies ten different research-based strategies for building happiness and well-being. In addition to the ten research-based strategies, readers will find more than 30 self-coaching questions to help them think more deeply about their own happiness practice. Also included are assessments and worksheets to put the strategies into immediate action.

This e-book builds on Paula Davis-Laack’s successful article of the same name. Her article has been shared more than 55,000 times, translated into three languages, and was named a Top 25 blog post for 2012 on Psychology Today.


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Paula Davis-Laack on Huffington Post
Paula Davis-Laack on Psychology Today