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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0187ZO17M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer reviews: 9 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,235,475 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Happy Caveman: A Quick and Easy Guide to Achieving Happiness Kindle Edition
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Top international reviews
Things that I lied from the book:
Introduction that compares ancient happiness to the world that is today.
Instructions on how to find happiness, also it helps us understand the individuals' needs and values in life.
Includes a story from the 1940s.
Explains how modern day world has changed.
Has rhetorical questions to make readers think about their goals.
Definition of happiness and offers questions for readers to answer themselves.
Gives readers some thinking time about how they can be happy.
Includes evidence using dictionaires such as well-being, delight and enjoyment.
Show scientific evidence about happiness.
Describes happy people with five qualities in their lives and how the readers can put it into action (also in five steps).
How people are unhappy nowadays and how good attitudes are important, for example, it leads to success.
Having quotes and statements from other mentors, for example "There are people who deserve it (happiness) more than me">
How to have a positive mindset.
Happiness is not natural, it's learnt.
States how a positive mind-set is the foundation of happiness.
Also includes some motivational exercises for the reader to put into practice.
How to test yourself with the tips and exercises.
Teaches how to replace negativity with positivity.
Tips when negativity occurs.
Shows ways to change perspective when facing life troubles.
Shows evidence that includes statistics.
Teaches how to view issues differently.
Includes some encouragements.
Tells readers to get advice about happiness with other mentors.
Also includes few steps you can do to get out of negativity.
Celebrating and apprieciating is key, even at hard times.
Few tips to feel gratitude everyday.
Describing happy people and gives reminders about the topics in the book for the reader not to forget.
Conclusion includes encouragements from the author to take action.
Things that could improve:
Add some images during the book to make the book less boring.
Also add some comedy to get people entertained and interested.
"You can't be a hero as long as you don't take care of yourself."
This book gives us hope that happiness is achievable no matter how unpleasant previous experiences have been. The good news is that happiness can be learned! We too can learn how not to spend our energy on negativity and instead focus on the positive. Like everything else, happiness just takes practice. I had never looked at happiness that way before, so this book really gave me something to think about and left me feeling optimistic for the future. Although the title is The Happy Caveman, this book is really for anyone wanting to give their life a happiness booster shot.
My adorable grandmother once told me that the secret to life was just being happy and laughing a lot. That may sound overly simplistic, but it worked for her because she chose to live her life that way. She was habitually happy. This book can help the rest of us to develop that habit too.