Are the little things in life driving you crazy? Isn't it time you put these small annoyances into perspective once and for all? This #1 New York Times best seller offers suggestions for daily changes that can add up to a more relaxed, stress-free you. Richard Carlson reveals ways to calm down, live in the present moment, let others have the glory at times, lower your tolerance to stress, trust your intuitions, and ultimately live each day as if it might be your last.
"Well Worth It"
Most of us believe that our happiness depends on the outside world - and that by solving our problems, improving our relationships, or achieving success, we will find contentment. In You Can Be Happy No Matter What, Dr. Richard Carlson shows that happiness has nothing to do with forces beyond our control. His simple and practical guide teaches 5 principles for discovering a new mode of living that doesn't repress natural emotions, yet where feelings and thoughts don't overwhelm us.
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All of us are looking for practical ways to take control of our lives, whether in our personal relationships, our families, our work, our health, or our future plans. Daily challenges have a way of overwhelming us, making life harder than it needs to be. The good news is that the answers are out there. And they are Easier Than You Think.
"Terrific, uplifting ideas to improve your life."
The frantic pace of our daily lives can take a serious toll on even the most calm and collected person. Who has time to worry about happiness, health, and peace of mind, when you have a million little urgencies to take care of each day? Now there is a way to get off life's treadmill for good, without sacrificing your career, financial status, or activities.
"Worth the time"
Replete with fascinating ideas and new concepts for everyone from business people to those who manage the money in their households, Don't Sweat the Small Stuff About Money reveals how to live a life that's more wealthy, productive, and carefree.
"Fluffy, and not much on subject besides."
Richard Carlson has shown millions of us how not to sweat the small stuff in everyday life, at work, in our own relationships, and with our children. Now, he takes on a subject that many people have asked him about on his nationwide lectures and tours: "But Richard, what do you do about the big stuff?"
With the dips and turns in the economy, it can be difficult not to stress over one's living expenses, savings (or lack thereof), college tuition, and more. Yet worrying doesn't help these matters, and indeed can make things worse.
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The holidays can bring out the worst in people and turn cheer and good tidings into "I saw that first" and "bah, humbug!". But this season, you don't have to get scrooged by other people's bad behavior. Don't Get Scrooged will show you how to avoid, appease, and even win over the Scrooges who haunt your holidays. Whether it's the salesclerk who ignores you, the unnaturally irritable boss, or the in-laws who invite themselves for a two-week stay at your house, you will always need to deal with Scrooges, grumps, and uninvited guests.
A collection of poignant, romantic and funny tales performed by Academy Award -winning actor William Hurt. This collection includes a bonus track of an exclusive interview with William Hurt. Hurt's readings are thoughtful, tender, romantic, and resonant. A treasure.
"amazing voice for audio"
Kristine Carlson has created an incredibly moving book in memory of her beloved husband, including Richard's love letter to Kristine on their 18th wedding anniversary. The letter answers the questions, "If you had one hour to live and could make just one phone call, who would it be to, what would you say, and why are you waiting?" Kristine responds to this letter in the second half of the book.
"An Hour To Live"
In these troubled economic times, looking for a new job or searching for that very first job opportunity can be extremely stressful. There's more competition out there, and fewer jobs to compete for.
"Many Sensible Ideas"
Simplifiez-vous la vie ! Vous vous mettez dans tous vos états pour une critique, un retard, un échec ? Votre conjoint ne vous comprend pas, votre patron vous tyrannise, vos collègues vous énervent, vos banquiers vous harcèlent, votre emplois du temps vous étouffe ? Alors ce livre audio est fait pour vous ! Richard Carlson vous apprend à modifier vos réactions face aux difficultés courantes, en cent "stratégies" qui sont autant d'exercices pratiques.
October 6, 1951. Richard Bassett remembers the day vividly. That was the day his platoon ran into an ambush near Kumwha. During the firefight, many were wounded, four were killed, and Bassett, along with three others, was captured. During a month-long march to the POW camp, the Americans frequently came under friendly fire. Surviving the march paled in comparison to what the captured soldiers had to endure at Camp 5 Pyokdong.
Après avoir aidé des millions de personnes à réduire leur stress dans la vie quotidienne et en famille grâce à ses best-sellers, Richard Carlson, avec sa femme Kristine, nous montre comment appliquer la philosophie du "verre d'eau" à l'un des aspects essentiels de l'existence : l'amour. C'est en effet avec son conjoint que, la faute à l'habitude, on fait le moins d'efforts - ce qui, petit à petit, empoisonne les relations les plus solides.
These letters may be very disturbing to some. The names have been changed to protect the loved ones left behind. They are in no way meant to make judgments on others or cause more pain and suffering. They are a study of human behavior to help others understand the pain and suffering these people went through and encourage others to offer understanding and help when they can.
Recorded live with many of the authors present, these nine beautifully crafted stories will take you on a ride through the sublime to the ridiculous as WordTheatre celebrates Christmas! Seven stories by some of our most gifted writers working today are joined with classics penned by O'Henry and Saki. This volume promises to fill you with all the joy and laughter, tears and compassion that this season is famous for.
In I Squashed a Frog, Min buries a frog and stomps on it. Then she gets scared. Can she take back her actions? Will the frog be OK? Min learns an important lesson about how, sometimes, you can't undo what you've done.