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Did you know your happiness is hackable? Did you know your mind is hackable? Did you know your brain is hackable?
In Mind Hacking Happiness, Sean Webb presents the latest neuroscience and emotions science, coupled with some ancient wisdom teachings and common sense, to introduce the newest and most effective way to gain control of your mind so you can increase your happiness at will. With numerous study references, one of a kind stories, and engaging humor, Mind Hacking Happiness is a must listen for anyone looking to increase their happiness levels so that they can supercharge their brain, lower stress, improve their health and wellbeing, and improve their overall life experience. Don't let your mind scrooge on your happiness by making you align all the stars in the universe before it releases a little bit of happiness to you from behind the happiness door in your mind. Learn to kick in that happiness door and claim all the happiness you want at any time you wish.
What did you love best about Mind Hacking Happiness Volume I?
Sean takes a practical and modern approach to the age old question of what makes a person happy. This isn't a "10 things to help you x, y and/or z", but rather the "1 thing that will make you better at understanding the 10 ways to help you x, y and z." It's about understanding the you at the center of you, and how to use it to your advantage in every kind of situation. Looking forward to reading volume 2! :)
What other book might you compare Mind Hacking Happiness Volume I to and why?
Waking Up, by Sam Harris
A practical guide to understanding how to view yourself and your potential, without the constrains of religious doctrine.
What does Sean Webb bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
His tone brings context to both the light heartedness, and the no non-sense point of view that he employs to help one live with more happiness. It is both welcoming and stern.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Hack your mind, lest it hack you.
Any additional comments?
The equation of emotion that Sean Webb often refers to is such a great tool to practice day in and day out. It will change the way you see yourself and respond to the world.
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Prior to reading & applying Webb's ground breaking material I was a hot mess! I had struggled with alcohol addiction for several years, was at my therapist's office weekly and was taking prescription medication for depression. My husband had turned me on to Webb's podcast a year and a half ago, and I was blown away with his extraordinary, yet simple approach to controlling our minds. With the motivation I received from reading Webb's book, I checked my self into rehab on November the 2nd, 2016. Exactly a year later, not only have I been clean for 12 months, I no longer require prescription drugs for depression, and best yet I stopped my weekly counseling sessions because I literally ran out of topics to discuss with my therapist. Webb's book helps me to resolve issues in real-time, with swift solutions to everyday problems. Good-Bye therapist couch! I have shared this book with dozens of my friends that I met in rehab and they are getting excellent results also in learning how to control their emotions and mind. A direct quote from one of my friends after I gave her a copy of Webb's book was "This is brilliant! What did I do before I had this information?"
Three words of advice "Read This Book!"
Loved the book.lots of information.will have to listen a second time to let it all sink in.
I wasn't expecting this book to be as awesome as it is. I'd read books like this in the past, but this one is next level. Not only did it explain the science of why I needed to develop happiness first as a way to improve my life (opposite of how we've been told to try to improve life to then deliver happiness), it explained to me exactly how to do that. And it works. Just one day after reading this book, my mind works differently because I learned how it works and how to change how it works. Way cool. The whole explanation of my "self" made sense, and my new understanding of my negative crap is helping me throw a wrench into that negative crap process. I'm a new fan of this author. He reads the book himself and delivers on the content well. Highly recommend.
Good advice delivered by an unbearably egotistical man who can’t go ten seconds without gloating about his life and family.
Also, like clockwork, he namedrops his self-help book writing fuckbuddies once per chapter.
You can get the same advice pretty much anywhere else so skip this unless you have a high tolerance for bullshit humblebrag stories.
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