59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot
Publish date: January 1st 2009
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
, Self Help
, Personal Development
Finally read the whole thing, and it is worth more than 5 stars. On HappinessFirst, he talked about happiness, and getting people to like you, all based on researches and studies. Self-help books are rubbish because they are based on either common sense (which is already not too bad) or completely n...
I enjoyed this a lot better than Freakonomics. A self-help book that isn't fluffy but based on actual studies/experiments.
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We all want to be happier, more creative, less stressed, and better parents, and we all want to be these things right now. Well, why not? Research about how to be a better person is out there, so why not write a book with the best quick ways to be better, ideas that can change a person in one minute...
I really like reading Richard Wiseman's blog at http://richardwiseman.wordpress.com/. Not only does he share quirky news and illusions, he posts photos of ghosts! It's awesome, I'm telling you. I love photos of ghosts because they teach me so much about the quirks of cameras and lighting and people'...