Relevant and applicable ideas, but the author was a bit annoying. Great read overall. The takeaways are definitely worth the endurance of hearing Harvard University mentioned in every other sentence.
Happiness is a precursor to success not a by product. Many valuable insights applicable to gospel and way I hope to be leading my life. Plus it is interesting and funny.
I wish I had read this book in the beginning of my PhD. It gives practical and simple tips that although do not make any miracle, provide small, progressive and lasting improve in life quality. The author makes a very good job not only explaining what to do, but why to do it and why it makes sense. It points to reliable sources of knowledge, which works as a convincing argument to take what he is saying seriously.
The narrative is clear and entertaining. The narrator's voice is clear which allows easily to listen at high speeds ( I usually listen at 2x speed).
Very nice book, very helpful and entertaining. I highly recommend it.
I enjoyed listening to the narration, it made me feel as though I were attending one of his lectures. I am impressed by the thoughts and science behind his book and look forward to continuing my own practice of the happiness advantage!
This will change your entire life. Seriously. Amazing what you are able to do and the power you have to change your world as well as others for the better.
I'm sure the information in this book was very very useful and inspiring but, the way it was read didn't motivate me at all. From listening to this book I'm not sure I even know half of the things in it. Might have to go pick it up and read it myself