The Joy of Appreciative Living: Your 28-Day Plan to Greater Happiness Using the Principles of Appreciative Inquiry

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Based on a national joy study, Jackie Kelm presents a 28-day blueprint to greater happiness broken down into 3 simple steps that take just a few minutes a day: The equivalent of a "pill for joy." These astonishingly simple exercises increased happiness for participants while doing them, but more importantly, created long-term changes in happiness that were still being measured six months later. The program is based on the principles of Appreciative Inquiry, and Kelm provides a detailed discussion of these principles and how to use them in daily life beyond the 28-day program. The book is not just a…

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Based on a national joy study, Jackie Kelm presents a 28-day blueprint to greater happiness broken down into 3 simple steps that take just a few minutes a day: The equivalent of a “pill for joy.” These astonishingly simple exercises increased happiness for participants while doing them, but more importantly, created long-term changes in happiness that were still being measured six months later. The program is based on the principles of Appreciative Inquiry, and Kelm provides a detailed discussion of these principles and how to use them in daily life beyond the 28-day program. The book is not just a blueprint for getting happier in 28 days: It is a blueprint for leading a happy life.

Amazon.com Price: $16.95 (as of 17/11/2019 01:41 PST- Details) & FREE Shipping.

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