Did you know you can be truly happy? Many persons in pursuit of it search for it in relationship, money and success, only to come up dry and empty. The reality is happiness in bound up in each of us and waiting to be release!
In dealing with this issue, there are some things that you need to learn first to unlock the secrets of happiness. Discover how you can be in control and take possession of your life. How will you ever be yourself and empty yourself. But why are people so sad today? What is sadness and what are the natural reasons for sadness? Did you know true happiness is also enjoying the present without any anxiety for the future, therefore, are you happy and how happy are you? The real secret to happiness is also wrapped up in the mindset. What then is the empowered happiness mindset? Learn about traditional happiness and compare it to new age ideas of happiness. Find out why is it important to adopt the empowered mindset to happiness and the tips to become empowered for happiness. Learn about the good and bad about the empowerment mindset for happiness.
As you journey through this life be conscious of the fact that your happiness can be affected by outside forces which you really have no control over. But let it strengthen your resolve to take control and take possession of your happiness.
©2014 Alex Coffey (P)2014 Alex Coffey
yes, it's a great motivator. If i'm feeling down and need to remind myself how to look for the happiness again I would pick this up again
yes this audiobook is short and to the point, just the way i like it and very insightful
I learned how to begin to search for the happiness withing myself and how to love myself which is sometimes hard to do.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is unhappy, to those searching for happiness and does who already have it but sometimes just need a reminder. the narrator did a great job
It makes me happy to wake up everyday and look forward to listening. Many times I listen while doing artwork. I find it very relaxing.
The knowledge of having a true happiness mindset. Understanding change and finding a deeper state of being.
Learning to love yourself! Being happy is empowering and contagious. The Happiness Bible is inspiring.
This is the first time I've listened to Roy Lunel and found his performance to be perfect. Roy has a nice voice and spoke very clearly. I look forward to listening to more audio performances from him in the future.
I learned how to set goals and how to adopt a happiness mindset. Not follow the paths of others. Rewarding myself and using positive self talk. Opting for long-term happiness by looking inside myself.
Everyone can benefit from this book even if they're happy. The truth is, life does have it's ups and downs and everyone needs a dose of positive reinforcement along with tips for long-term happiness.
I received this audiobook foc in exchange for an unbiased review.
Always moving. Always listening. Always learning. "After all this time?" "Always."
I have a lot of patience for self help books. I figure if I'm engaged in the listen, I start to think, and I get at least one good usable idea, I've gotten my time and money's worth. For example, M J Ryan's "This Year I Will: How To Finally Change A Habit, Keep A Resolution, Or Make A Dream Come True" (2006) was 4 hours, 32 minutes, and only 10 of those minutes had 'The Idea/Plan.' It was the blueprint that helped me quit smoking, and it's held for 18 months.
Ashley Walker's "The Happiness Bible" (2014) is the same way for me, although at 36 minutes, it's a much, much quicker listen. It's kind of a quick little think positive pep talk, and Chapter 8 has some suggestions worth following. The best is to obsess over your successes as much as you obsess over your failures.
"The Happiness Bible" will probably work for regular people, but isn't a good listen for untreated depressives. Telling someone with clinical depression just to think happy is like telling someone who's been stabbed to put a Bandaid on the cut.
I enjoyed the narration. Roy Lunel's got good cadence and delivery, and he did well with text that was too much in the passive tense.
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