The Happy Handbook
A Compendium of Modern Life Skills - By Liggy Web crack
The perfect Christmas gift for everyone who wants to be happier, healthier and better equipped to deal with the everyday challenges of modern life!
This book is designed to be fun, interesting, entertaining and most of all highly effective in helping you to improve the quality of your life and your personal happiness.
It is an easy read and endeavours to keep the key messages clear, simple, concise and constructive. It is a practical tool box for you to dip into whenever you need to and choose from it what works best for you.
You will discover information on 25 essential Modern Life Skills and each one is summarised with useful tips to help you to be happier, healthier and altogether more successful in everything you do.
There is also an eclectic collection of thought provoking and useful “happy stuff” that includes music, films, quotes and recommended websites to help you to achieve the happy factor.
Life skills are the abilities for adaptive and positive behaviour that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life
The World Health Organization
What people are saying about the book:
‘I will be recommending this book to colleagues and friends because Liggy Webb's unique insight into the issues surrounding happiness is profound. It brings to life a subject we all need to embrace and simple actions and solutions we can all benefit from in difficult and challenging times’.
Dr David Batman
'Liggy Webb navigates us through the subject of happiness with an expert hand at the rudder - buy anyone you care for a copy of this book'.
Paul O’Neil - Innovator and Creator
‘Liggy has written another wonderfully conversational guide to helping the reader not only find more happiness within and around themselves, but also how to work through those times when we feel unhappy. She offers a balanced and holistic approach to living wholeheartedly’.
Anni Townend - Author
‘I think that Liggy has created a thought provoking read that has you challenging and questioning many of your paradigms. If you were simply to review the helpful tips throughout the book and set aside some time to put just these into action, I am certain you will all the happier for it’.
David Apparicio - Founder of The Chrysalis Foundation