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A Complaint Free World

Author : Will Bowen
ISBN : 9780753520024
Genre : Self-Help
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21 days is the amount of time it takes to make a repeated action into a habit. In 21 days, you can change your life completely. You need two things: a purple bracelet, and this book. You wouldn't believe how much we complain about things - every day we bitch, vent, moan, shout and generally focus on the negative. But wouldn't it be amazing if we could focus on the positive, happy things in life instead? Will Bowen explains the simple, innovative philosophy of staying 'complaint-free' and demonstrates how, with time and determination, you can achieve a positive attitude that will improve your life permanently.

Complaint Free Relationships

Author : Will Bowen
ISBN : 9780307590213
Genre : Self-Help
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A revolutionary approach to improving every relationship in your life, Complaint Free Relationships picks up where the internationally successful A Complaint Free World left off, with all-new methods to help you overcome toxic habits and build strong, successful connections with others. The original Complaint-Free movement has exploded into an international phenomenon, with 5.5 million people in more than 80 countries taking the pledge to create a complaint-free life, as well as national media attention. As this movement expands, it is clear that the real focus of achieving true complaint-free living lies in our relationships. People complain to bond with others. It's easy to feel connected by common annoyances. But most complaining is about people, and this leads to negative and unhealthy foundations for our relationships with others--from family, lovers and friends to our more casual connections with people in our daily lives. Complaint-Free Relationships provides insight and helpful tools to see, understand, and engage in our relationships through the lens of complaint-free living. It incorporates new studies about complaining, inspiring and illuminating stories from Will Bowen's experience both as a minister and founder of the Complaint Free movement, and practical exercises at the end of each chapter. By providing the tools you need to escape the trap complaining creates--feeling unfulfilled and inadequate--Complaint-Free Relationships offers new clarity and encourages you to create happy, stimulating and mutually satisfying relationships. From the Hardcover edition.

A Complaint Is A Gift

Author : Janelle Barlow
ISBN : 9781442964990
Genre : Business & Economics
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The title of this book can be a little misleading because ostensibly this is just a book about how to deal with complaints. And while complaints are talked about on just about every single page, this book is really about a much more important and broader topic: delivering great service. Everyone knows that great service is important, yet very few companies deliver it well. Why is that? The concept of great service is a simple enough concept, but in practice it's actually a very hard thing to do right. We work at our service delivery every single day at Zappos. This book serves as a how-to guide for taking the first step to building a customer-service-oriented organization. If you can turn your organization into a complaint-friendly organization by following the steps outlined in this book, then you will be well on your way to being one of those rare companies that deliver great service. It's not an easy path, and it won't happen overnight. It happens one step at a time, and reading this book is probably one of the best first steps you can take. ----Tony Hsieh, CEO, ZAPPOS.COM

Bright Sided

Author : Barbara Ehrenreich
ISBN : 9781429942539
Genre : Social Science
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A sharp-witted knockdown of America's love affair with positive thinking and an urgent call for a new commitment to realism Americans are a "positive" people—cheerful, optimistic, and upbeat: this is our reputation as well as our self-image. But more than a temperament, being positive, we are told, is the key to success and prosperity. In this utterly original take on the American frame of mind, Barbara Ehrenreich traces the strange career of our sunny outlook from its origins as a marginal nineteenth-century healing technique to its enshrinement as a dominant, almost mandatory, cultural attitude. Evangelical mega-churches preach the good news that you only have to want something to get it, because God wants to "prosper" you. The medical profession prescribes positive thinking for its presumed health benefits. Academia has made room for new departments of "positive psychology" and the "science of happiness." Nowhere, though, has bright-siding taken firmer root than within the business community, where, as Ehrenreich shows, the refusal even to consider negative outcomes—like mortgage defaults—contributed directly to the current economic crisis. With the mythbusting powers for which she is acclaimed, Ehrenreich exposes the downside of America's penchant for positive thinking: On a personal level, it leads to self-blame and a morbid preoccupation with stamping out "negative" thoughts. On a national level, it's brought us an era of irrational optimism resulting in disaster. This is Ehrenreich at her provocative best—poking holes in conventional wisdom and faux science, and ending with a call for existential clarity and courage.

Happy For No Reason

Author : Marci Shimoff
ISBN : 9781847375933
Genre : Self-Help
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Everyone wants to be happy, yet so many people are the opposite of that, with increasing numbers of anti-depressants being dispensed each year. Clearly we need a new approach to life. Happy for No Reasonpresents startling new ideas and a practical programme that will change the way we look at creating happiness in our lives. Marci Shimoff combines the best in cutting-edge scientific research into happiness with interviews with over 100 genuinely happy people, and lays out a powerful, holistic, seven-step formula for raising our 'happiness set point'. Our happiness levels are like a neuro-physiological thermostat - we can actually re-programme ourselves to a higher level of peace and wellbeing as happiness is dependent on internal, not external, factors. Happy for No Reasonwill set readers quickly and easily on a path to lasting joy.

Living Life As A Thank You

Author : Nina Lesowitz
ISBN : 9781573446457
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Whatever is given — even a difficult and challenging moment — is a gift. Living as if each day is a thank-you can help transform fear into courage, anger into forgiveness, isolation into belonging, and another’s pain into healing. Saying thank-you every day inspires feelings of love, compassion, and hope. These ideas are the basis for this timely book. Authors Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons present a simple, but comprehensive program for incorporating gratitude into one's life, and reaping the many benefits that come from doing so. The book is divided into ten chapters from "Thank You Power" and "Ways to Stay Thankful in Difficult Times" to "Gratitude as a Spiritual/Cultural Practice " and "Putting Gratitude into Action." Each chapter includes stories of individuals whose lives have been transformed by embracing this program, along with motivating quotes and blessings, and a suggested gratitude practice such as keeping a weekly gratitude journal and starting a gratitude circle.

Happy This Year

Author : Will Bowen
ISBN : 1611098955
Genre : Self-Help
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Helps readers create their own happiness through nurturing positive thoughts, speech and actions.

This I Believe Ii

Author : Jay Allison
ISBN : 9781429933834
Genre : Literary Collections
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A new collection of inspiring personal philosophies from another noteworthy group of people This second collection of This I Believe essays gathers seventyfive essayists—ranging from famous to previously unknown—completing the thought that begins the book's title. With contributors who run the gamut from cellist Yo-Yo Ma to ordinary folks like a diner waitress, an Iraq War veteran, a farmer, a new husband, and many others, This I Believe II, like the first New York Times bestselling collection, showcases moving and irresistible essays. Included are Sister Helen Prejean writing about learning what she truly believes through watching her own actions, singer Jimmie Dale Gilmore writing about a hard-won wisdom based on being generous to others, and Robert Fulghum writing about dancing all the dances for as long as he can. Readers will also find wonderful and surprising essays about forgiveness, personal integrity, and honoring life and change. Here is a welcome, stirring, and provocative communion with the minds and hearts of a diverse, new group of people—whose beliefs and the remarkably varied ways in which they choose to express them reveal the American spirit at its best.

Arming The Free World

Author : Chester J. Pach
ISBN : 0807819433
Genre : History
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Arming the Free World: The Origins of the United States Military Assistance Program, 1945-1950

To Lead The Free World

Author : John Fousek
ISBN : 0807848360
Genre : Political Science
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In this cultural history of the origins of the Cold War, John Fousek argues boldly that American nationalism provided the ideological glue for the broad public consensus that supported U.S. foreign policy in the Cold War era. From the late 1940s through t

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