Thursday, July 21, 2016

Review: Happy Habits by Vicki Morris

Learn to be Happier at work and in life in Just 4 Minutes a Day

Are you unhappy with your work? Disappointed with your career and life?

Have you been looking for a something new like a new job, a new company or a new career to make you happier and still feel the same a few months after you get it?

If so, then maybe it’s time to try a new approach. Author and Career Happiness Coach, Vicki Morris, is here to show us that we have the power to be happy now –within ourselves in the present moment. All we have to do is change our mindset and a few daily habits.

The key to success is to build energy-raising habits into our day so that we can become happier – no matter what our job or career situation is. Once we get in touch with our happiness within we will experience more happiness at our current job or be able to attract a new career that will keep us happy. Skipping this critical step is likely to result in the same cycle of unhappiness.

Happy Habits provides a fast, easy and effective way to deliver the needed energy and happiness boosts in just 4 minutes a day. The Happy Habit Method™ works because it combines proven happiness practices with a scientific habit creation method, which has been tested in the real world.

Inside this book you will discover:

• Why Happy Habits are the fastest and easiest way to be happier at work
• 40 ways to energize your career and life
• The proven science behind Happy Habits
• How to create your own Happy Habits and attract your dream and life
• An eight-week guide to building permanent Happy Habits
• And Much More

Imagine waking up each day excited about your work instead of struggling to find the energy to get out of bed. Think about having a coworker ask you why you are smiling more. These can happen to you, if you adopt the Happy Habits in this book.

Life is too short to feel like every day you are just getting by. The sooner you get Happy Habits, the sooner you will be able to transform the quality of your career and life and start feeling happier.



Received for review

I was intrigued when I first received this because who doesn’t want to change their life in just four minutes a day? Sadly, I was quite disappointed.

The book is a rehash of all the self-help information you’ve already heard and read for years. Such recommendations as getting adequate rest, leaving work at work, drinking more water, and eating well aren’t anything that the reader doesn’t already know. There is absolutely nothing new in this volume at all.

Overall, while this is a relatively quick read it is also a waste of time since you probably already know 99.9% of what the author suggests. You will not be magically transformed and love your job as a result of reading this rather condescending book. As such I really cannot recommend this.

★★☆☆☆ = Just Okay




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