The Art of Being Brilliant: Transform Your Life by Doing What Works For You Paperback – 14 Sep 2012
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This short, small, easy to read and highly illustrated book will fill you to the brim with happiness, positivity, wellbeing and most importantly success. i (Entrepreneur Country, October 2012)
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Being brilliant, successful and happy isn't about changing who you are - It's about finding out what works for you, and doing more of it!
The Art of Being Brilliant is crammed full of advice, case studies, quotes, funny stuff and important questions to get you thinking about your work, relationships and life.
You'll discover your strength, learn to make the most of what you've got, identify where you want to be, and take some concrete steps towards your brilliant future.
Read it, do what it says, you'll feel the results reverberate positively in everything you do.
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At heart almost every lesson in this short book is good old-fashioned common sense but that doesn't mean it's common practice and that we don't occasionally need a reminder to do what we already know we should.
I could relate to all of this but probably because I was already one of the inherently positive people they were trying to convert everybody else into. If you are a misery-monger who expects everything in life to be crap, then you may well struggle to get your head around all of this.
I read the kindle edition and that's the main reason this is only a 3 pointer. The many cartoons and quotations in bubbles are fixed in size and very small. I don't have problems with my eyesight but even I tried to make them bigger, only to find that you get what you get and making the text bigger doesn't have any impact on the cartoons. Most are very good - but would be better if you could actually read them.
To Andy W, the man who moved from England's third worst town to the second worst and remains eternally optimistic, I'd say a thank you for finding Andy C and putting into words a philosophy I already had without really realising it.
I have now bought the Kindle edition because that means I can refer to it whenever I need a reminder of tips and tricks but also becasue I lend my paperback to a friend who was going through a crisis of confidence and she and her husband are now both very much on the road to becoming 2%ers!
I found the style quite fun, and the illustrations too. The website has some good short free books as well.