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What Happy People Know By Dan Baker

What Happy People Know
by Dan Baker

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This work explains that unhappiness is so persistent because it is hardwired into our brains. It argues that stress and fear were vital in primitive times, but are destructive for our lives today. It develops six happiness tools that can be incorporated into our daily lives.
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What Happy People Know: You're Only 6 Steps Away from Happiness by Dan Baker

This work explains that unhappiness is so persistent because it is hardwired into our brains. It argues that stress and fear were vital in primitive times, but are destructive for our lives today. We cannot feel fear and appreciation simultaneously and can only be happy by adopting practical steps for appreciating and loving life. It argues that we can't talk our way out of problems - we have to do something. It explains that there are key things that all happy people have in common and from there develops six happiness tools that it explains can be incorporated into our daily lives: appreciating what we have; making choices; building personal power; leading with strengths; telling healthy stories about our lives; and living a balanced life. It exhorts the reader to be proactive and learn these simple tools and make them a habit.

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About Dan Baker


Dr. Dan Baker is director of the Life Enhancement Program at the Canyon Ranch, a position he has held for 15 years. He was one of the first doctors to hold a diploma in medical psychology. He is an active leader in the positive psychology movement. Cameron Stauth is a highly talented and best-selling health writer. He is the author of 14 books.

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What Happy People Know: You're Only 6 Steps Away from Happiness by Dan Baker
Dan Baker
Used - Very Good
Paperback
HarperCollins Publishers
2003-05-06
272
0007163169
9780007163168
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