Can You Be Happy for 100 Days in a Row
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Can You Be Happy for 100 Days in a Row

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This daily guide will help readers find happiness in their everyday lives and complete the #100HappyDays challenge. The 100 directives, big and small, will inspire the reader to take action ('Compliment a stranger,' 'Hike to a scenic spot,' 'Be the first to apologise'), with text explaining both why the action contributes to happiness and how best to implement it. Sprinkled throughout are essays that delve into the science of happiness on topics ranging from meditation to music therapy to physical activity.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 152 x 152 x 17.78mm | 317.51g
  • Artisan Division of Workman Publishing
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 100 colour photographs
  • 157965715X
  • 9781579657154
  • 461,365

About Dmitry Golubnichy

Dmitry Golubnichy is the founder of the 100HappyDays Foundation, a nonprofit organization on a mission to make the world happier. His #100HappyDays challenge has gained over 1.5 million registered users since the project began in fall 2013 and has been featured on Today, NBC, and CNN and in the Huffington Post, the Daily Mail, and the Telegraph. He is frequently invited to deliver keynotes and workshops at events such as EXPO Milano 2015, the Pirate Summit, AIESEC Global Congress, and Social Innovations Summit. Born in Ukraine, Dmitry now lives in Zurich, Switzerland.
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