100 Days Happier: Daily Inspiration For Life-long Happiness by Domonique Bertolucci100 Days Happier: Daily Inspiration For Life-long Happiness by Domonique Bertolucci

100 Days Happier: Daily Inspiration For Life-long Happiness

byDomonique Bertolucci

Hardcover | February 1, 2016

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So many people are waiting to feel happy. They think they will be happy when they have this or they've done that, that perhaps money, a partner, or that new position is the key. But the truth is, lasting happiness is something that you create, each and every day, through the simple choices that you make.100 Days Happier invites the reader to make small daily changes in the way they think and act; changes that will ultimately create a fundamental shift in the way they feel about who they are and the life they are living. Based on bestselling book The Happiness Code and its Ten Keys, this collection of inspirational messages will motivate readers to be the best they can be and find within themselves a happier, healthier self.
Domonique Bertolucci is the founding director of the Domonique Bertolucci Company, which delivers a range of coaching development programs to both the general public and companies interested in building performance and wellbeing. She is an active professional speaker and has previously published 5 successful inspirational gift books.
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Title:100 Days Happier: Daily Inspiration For Life-long HappinessFormat:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 6.75 × 4.75 × 0.75 inPublished:February 1, 2016Publisher:Hardie Grant - Chronicle BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1742706215

ISBN - 13:9781742706214

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hit or Miss - Depends on Mindset I really liked this book. The person I purchased it for, however, found it very cheesy and I can see why. Each "day", or page, you are given a tip or message that reminds you that happiness is attainable, to focus on, to choose happiness. They can come across a little simplistic especially if you are suffering from depression. So if you are looking for a book that provides in-depth advice or is anything like a regular self-help book, I wouldn't recommend this for you (although I'd suggest flipping through it to make sure!). However, as I said, I truly like this book. The messages may be simplistic - but that's the point. They are meant to be meditated on throughout the day. I jotted some that I liked before I gave the book to my friend, and as someone who suffers from chronic mental illness I was by no means "fixed", but I truly did feel inspired. Overall, if you are looking to add some easy positivity to your life, I suggest giving this book a chance and really reflecting on the daily messages, they often hold much more meaning than initially portrayed. I take one star off because it's a little pricey.
Date published: 2017-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small, and usefull Love the way the book is formated. Not to many words in one page, but every sentence has a big meaning behind that makes you think.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad This book provides brief tips on how to improve happiness. To me most of the advice was pretty straight forward and didn't provide anything especially original or profound. That said, the simplest things are often overlooked that make a big difference to one's approach to life so this is not necessarily a criticism of the book. The book seems to present a small number of key messages which are repeated in various ways throughout the book. For this reason I didn't bother finishing it as it felt like I was being told the same thing over and over again. This book would be useful as a mini guide to positive thinking and is short and simple enough to dip into every day. However I couldn't quite shake the feeling that it was a bit of a 'con' and I was just being told the bleeding obvious in 100 different ways. Perhaps I was hoping for something that gave a deeper analysis of the human mind and what drives our emotions, and our power to change them. Sadly this book ain't it but that's not to say I wouldn't buy it - I was just expecting something different. Hopefully this review will be more useful that the one that induced me to buy it!
Date published: 2014-04-12