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Better than anything so cheesy has a right to be
on 16 May 2000
I got to this book from a banner ad, and thought it'd be so much toffee, but hey, I'll read anything. It *does* read like so much american twaddle from a UK point of view, but it's twaddle that makes sense, and it works. It's not trying to sell happiness, which I've had plenty bumph do before, it just suggests how to alter the way you do things so you don't get in the way of your own happiness - something I've been doing for years. I thought I was going to have to give up my home study degree, because I couldn't get motivated, and now I'm up to date and enjoying the work. I've had two job interviews with a company I'd really love to work for, (I've never been confident enough to do well in a first interview before) and had a raise from bosses who suddenly realise they need me. It's not a book that's done this, of course, it's me - but the book certainly helped.