You can even find several happiness books, some on happiness tips. I should know; I researched the market before writing this one. After reading many of them, I was left puzzled. Shortly, I will tell you about some of the fun and magical activities you will experience through this book, but first let me share with you what I found in the bookstores.
There are several happiness books that are inspirational, with pretty sayings and quotations and aphorisms, but they don’t motivate readers to go beyond just reading and change their habits. They don’t give practical ideas to apply in day-to-day life. This book on happiness has all the positive quotes and sweet sayings you could soak up … and it goes way beyond to give you to make your daily life happier. You’ll flip when you read below how many practical tips I’ve crammed into one book.
Many happiness books on the bookstore shelves are just some author’s personal viewpoint. That’s fine, if you happen to be extremely similar to the author. But what about facts? True, I include many of my own experiences in this book — in fact, that’s what inspired me to write. But I also spent three months with my nose in the psychological journals. This self-help book is based on both my personal experiences and available. I did the work so you don’t have to.
On the other hand, several happiness books are written by very knowledgeable authorities, but most tend to the boring side. Many even sound like a session on a therapist’s couch. What gives? Shouldn’t a book on happiness energize you? Motivate you? Inspire you? Pump you up? Shouldn’t a book on happiness be fun to read? So I decided to write a fun, energetic, and engaging book. Go figure!