The book reveals how the author:
climbed the corporate ladder and built a successful career
despite his “success”, felt empty and unhappy inside: a corporate cubicle job did not bring happiness
quit his job to start his own business, only to see it go to zero and (almost) hit bankruptcy
discovered happiness wasn’t about being an employee or an entrepreneur, and how unhappiness exists on both sides of that often debated fence
reconnected with passion, and escaped the claws of unhappiness and depression
now lives and lives a life of freedom in terms of money, time and location
I absolutely love this book. It’s rare to find such honest advice in such an easily readable and accessible format. This book, which is full of wisdom on what really matters to be truly happy is destined to become a classic.
F**k It, I’d buy a copy (if Wilko hadn’t sent me a review copy): this brilliant book offers my perfect mix of inspired ideas and strategies with propositions that really made me ponder. Can money really buy 80% of your happiness? Errmmm, how does it work for me? Whatever, I get the feeling that, for the small price of this book, people will be buying a significantly higher % chance of freedom and happiness.
Here is a powerhouse book of tips, tactics and approaches for discovering what truly makes you happy, that simply work. A fantastic book which will inspire you to break the mold.
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I was never a big believer in e-books. I like to be able to hold a real book in my hands. There’s something magical about flipping the pages, and the smell of both old and new books. “Flipping” pages on a tablet just doesn’t give me that same experience. I know I’m old fashioned in that way. I was hesitant at first, but I’m starting to fall in love with the idea of ebooks. Not only are they better for the environment, but for frequent travellers like me it’s also much easier to carry a whole bookshelf along with you on your trip if they’re stored in your tablet. Did you know Kindle has an iPad app too? I was skeptical about the whole ebook thing at first as I didn’t want to buy another device, but it turns out I didn’t even have to.