The Happiness Shop
Most of us believe that we will finally feel satisfied and content with our lives when we get the good news we have been waiting for, find a healthy relationship, or achieve one of our personal goals.
However, this rarely happens. Good fortune is often followed by negative emotions that overtake us and result in destructive behaviors. "I don't deserve this," "this is too good to be true," or any number of harmful thought patterns prevent us from experiencing the joy and satisfaction we have earned.
Sound familiar? This is what New York Times best-selling author Gay Hendricks calls the Upper Limit Problem, a negative emotional reaction that occurs when anything positive enters our lives. Read more...
Gay Hendricks broke new ground earlier this century with his bestselling classic, The Big Leap.
Now, Dr. Hendricks brings you his new work, the next step beyond The Big Leap. The new book shows how to solve two major problems creative people face: how to end negative thinking and how to liberate authentic creativity.
The Joy of Genius also shows you how to use the Genius Move, a new navigational tool for reaching the highest level of your potential. If you are committed to bringing forth your innate genius and making your largest possible creative contribution, The Joy of Genius, will become a trusted companion for the journey.
Want to make twice as much money with half the work?
Embrace Denise Duffield-Thomas' millionaire mindset advice and business tools to attract success and abundance.
Denise Duffield-Thomas, money mindset coach and bestselling author, will show you how to embrace the flow of the Chillpreneur with her trademark humour and down-to-earth wisdom. In this book, she shares invaluable business advice and counterintuitive millionaire mindset lessons (no blood, sweat or tears necessary) which will set you on the path of abundance - without the hard work.
SPIRITUALITY & HAPPINESS
Nobel Peace Prize Laureates His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have survived more than fifty years of exile and the soul-crushing violence of oppression. Despite their hardships—or, as they would say, because of them—they are two of the most joyful people on the planet.
In April 2015, they got together and looked back on their long lives to answer a single burning question: How do we find joy in the face of life's inevitable suffering?
Together, they reveal how to live a life brimming with joy. Read more...
THE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS
Conventional wisdom holds that if we work hard we will be more successful, and if we are more successful, then we’ll be happy.
If we can just find that great job, win that next promotion, lose those five pounds, we'll be happy.
But recent discoveries have shown that this formula is backward: Read more...
A different kind of happiness book about realizing our innate potential for joy and ways to sustain it in our lives.
The How of Happiness is also a practical, empowering, and easy-to-follow workbook, incorporating happiness strategies, exercises in new ways of thinking, and quizzes for taking happiness into our own hands. Read more...
#1 New York Times Bestseller
Gretchen Rubin’s year-long experiment to discover how to create true happiness.
Drawing on cutting-edge science, classical philosophy, and real-world examples, Rubin delivers a guide to creating your own happiness project, a list of dozens of free resources, and more.
A national bestseller, in Authentic Happiness esteemed psychologist and bestselling author Martin Seligman proposes that real, lasting happiness comes from focusing on one’s personal strengths and working with them to improve all aspects of one’s life.
Using practical exercises, brief tests, and a dynamic website program, Seligman shows readers how to identify their highest virtues and use them in new ways.
In this brilliant, witty, and accessible book, renowned Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert describes the foibles of imagination and illusions of foresight that cause each of us to misconceive our tomorrows and misestimate our satisfactions.
With penetrating insight and sparkling prose, Gilbert explains why we seem to know so little about the hearts and minds of the people we are about to become.