Summary of 15 Things You Should Give Up to Be Happy
From 15 THINGS YOU SHOULD GIVE UP TO BE HAPPY by Luminita D Saviuc. Summarized by arrangement with TarcherPerigee, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group. a division of Penguin Random House LLC.
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Human nature has love at its core. Despite incidents when you have been harmed in your mind or body, you can start over. Luminita D. Saviuc draws on her experiences to suggest that you embrace love, let bygones be bygones and make every new day the first of a new life. getAbstract recommends her overly earnest but fundamentally sound manual to those looking for ways to improve their life.
About the Author
Luminita D. Saviuc created the blog PurposeFairy.com. Her book is based on a post she wrote with the same title that drew more than 1.3 million views and shares. She is the former product development lead at Mindvalley, a large online publisher of personal development content.
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4 months agoMy fav phrase : “Your past doesn’t have to equal your future, unless you want it to.”
2 years agoGood book. Simple and reslistic. Easy to comprehend and practise. Kudos.
2 years agoA book that I will pass to my children
2 years agoWhat a great book! 15 useful and very “common sense” tips that maybe you know but never do. Let’s start life again, the real one, the present one, the best one! #GetMotivated #GetAbstract
3 years agoGood stuff
3 years agoGiving up the past and believing in my potential is what did it for me!
3 years agogiving up the need to impress others and giving up limiting beliefs are the two things that i feel sound familiar to the current situation in my life. for me, it more or less of giving up a rigid mind when it comes to doing things to please others.
3 years agoLots to learn from this book
3 years agoFear is a big one for me, I never thought about it like this before.