Secrets of a Satisfying Life
- Publisher By studying the habits of happy people, we will discover the actions that produce happiness-"happy habits" can be taught.
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About "Secrets of a Satisfying Life"
Research shows that only 20 percent of Americans consider themselves to be happy. What about the other 80 percent? Perhaps they are too busy. Maybe they are afraid to take risks. Whatever their reasons, these people have one thing in common: the desire to have a more satisfying life. "The secret to a happy life can be found simply in the practice of certain behaviors," writes David Ireland. In Secrets of a Satisfying Life, he provides practical advice for attaining happiness and satisfaction. Rather than focusing on the problems that need to be changed, Ireland teaches how to cultivate happiness by recognizing and practicing the habits of happy people. With interactive tools and insightful stories, David Ireland's simple approach will help people discover what they've been missing in life.
By studying the habits of happy people, we will discover the actions that produce happiness-"happy habits" can be taught.
Meet the Author
Dr. Geoffrey Lawday currently holds the Tektronix Chair in Measurement at Buckinghamshire New University where he teaches embedded system design and high performance computing in the School of Computing. Having gained a BSc in Physics and an MSc in Computer Engineering at Surrey University he was awarded a PhD in Time-Frequency Signal Analysis from Brunel University. His research in signal integrity engineering is reflected in his publications, such as the critique on the introduction of the new serial buses published in the flagship journal of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. David Ir