The Art Of Good Habits
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📒The Art Of Good Habits ✍ Nathalie W Herrman
✏The Art of Good Habits Book Summary : Take ownership of your happiness through simple but effective changes to the way you approach health, love, presence, and prosperity. The Art of Good Habits presents a step-by-step action plan to achieve your goals and maintain them for continued success. Join Nathalie W. Herrman on a life-changing journey toward wellness and satisfaction using this remarkable book as your road map. Gain empowerment and control over life’s challenges with effective exercises and easy-to-understand principles. Discover how to look within yourself for answers and change your habits for the better. With this book’s four-pillar system—honesty, willingness, awareness, and appreciation—you’ll unlock the power of enlightened living. Praise: “A brilliant and comprehensive handbook . . . [with] viable solutions for our health, wealth, and overall physical, emotional, and spiritual well being.”—Lynne Joy McFarland, bestselling author of 21st Century Leadership and film producer of The Time is Now “This book is an incredible value for anyone who wants to make positive habit changes in their lives.”—Steve Scott, author of 23 Anti-Procrastination Habits
📒Atomic Habits ✍ James Clear
✏Atomic Habits Book Summary : ________________________________ This year create habits that actually stick. Read Atomic Habits now. ________________________________ *The instant New York Times bestseller* *Financial Times Book of the Month* ________________________________ A revolutionary system to get 1 per cent better every day People think when you want to change your life, you need to think big. But world-renowned habits expert James Clear has discovered another way. He knows that real change comes from the compound effect of hundreds of small decisions – doing two push-ups a day, waking up five minutes early, or holding a single short phone call. He calls them atomic habits. In this ground-breaking book, Clears reveals exactly how these minuscule changes can grow into such life-altering outcomes. He uncovers a handful of simple life hacks (the forgotten art of Habit Stacking, the unexpected power of the Two Minute Rule, or the trick to entering the Goldilocks Zone), and delves into cutting-edge psychology and neuroscience to explain why they matter. Along the way, he tells inspiring stories of Olympic gold medalists, leading CEOs, and distinguished scientists who have used the science of tiny habits to stay productive, motivated, and happy. These small changes will have a revolutionary effect on your career, your relationships, and your life. ________________________________ ‘A supremely practical and useful book.’ Mark Manson, author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck ‘James Clear has spent years honing the art and studying the science of habits. This engaging, hands-on book is the guide you need to break bad routines and make good ones.’ Adam Grant, author of Originals ‘Atomic Habits is a step-by-step manual for changing routines.’ Books of the Month, Financial Times ‘A special book that will change how you approach your day and live your life.’ Ryan Holiday, author of The Obstacle is the Way
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📒Of Human Nature And Good Habits ✍ Prabhash Karan
✏Of Human Nature and Good Habits Book Summary : In the human body, there’s always exists—a human inside! The book, Of Human Nature and Good Habits, reveals that human inside and promotes good personal habits and social skills. This book along with its four companion books—Nature Is My Teacher; Life, Living and Lifestyle; How to Win Nature and Enjoy Good Life and Health and Medical Care—constitutes a series that tells the nature-human connection and its implication in our daily life, in the related set of separate episodes. Of Human Nature and Good Habits primarily deals with our everyday experiences of good life and living. The book contains chapters: Human Nature (By nature, all humans are alike, but practice sets them apart.); Nature vs. Nurture (One-third born (nature) and two-thirds made (nurture)! It is a huge statement.); Personality (Don’t let others evaluate you. Do not imitate others; do not impersonate others.); Patience and Confidence (Our ability grows or shrinks in proportion with our courage.); Discipline and Good Habits (Children are raw and wild by nature. They need to be disciplined.); Courage, Attitude, and Ambition (Do what you think is best; otherwise, you will do what others think is best.); Aim in Life (Everyone plans to succeed; no one plans to fail. But failure happens. Failure is one essential part of success; but the fear of failure is the killer of success.); Mind and Mental Habits (Genius and genuinely creative people have two things in abundance: curiosity and drive.); Mind and Body (Human brain—weighing about 3 pounds, accounting 2% of the body’s weight—is a biological machine that consumes 20% of the body’s energy production.); Mind and Memory (Speaking multiple languages may help protect cognitive health over the long term, and may delay Alzheimer’s disease.); Power of Meditation (It is not figuring out what is wrong with you and trying to fix it; rather, it is identifying what is right with you and doing more of it.); Greed, Envy, and Jealousy (During the evolutionary process, individuals with strong innate yearnings for food, sex, and material gain, have a better chance of surviving and reproducing than other individuals with less yearning.); Humor and Laughter (Laughter is one universal emotion!); Talk and Sing (Talk is the publication of thoughts! It is the momentum of our mind! Music is a special announcement how one’s feel of feelings is expressed in the form of sound.); Nature and Natural Habits (Man invents a mousetrap, but nature plays a better mouse.); Be Wise (Be aware of data aggression. Overloaded memory can extinguish our natural spirit. Don’t ingest anything that you can’t digest.); Be Happy (Count carefully what makes you worthwhile and happy, and discount wisely what makes you worthless and unhappy.); Be Honest, Simple, and Natural (Honesty is the state of mind; dishonesty is not. Therefore, it’s wise to encourage honesty rather than discourage dishonesty.)
📒Beyond Good Intentions ✍ Juan Luis Lorda
✏Beyond Good Intentions Book Summary : Life in society means more than just living together with others; it also means relating with others, giving oneself to others, and contributing to the good of all. In Beyond Good Intentions, author Juan Lorda shows that Christian morality is more than a list of do’s and don’ts but can in fact be summarized as “the art of living.” It guides Christians to live so that their actions are consistent with their inner convictions. The author shows today’s readers the beauty and reasonableness of Christian living. We are led to see that the essence of Christian morality is not an assemblage of abstract principles, but is a call to a sincere relationship with a real historical person: Jesus of Nazareth, the God–man who shares our life with us. Rev. Juan Luis Lorda has authored 12 books on biblical anthropology, catechetics, and theology. Born in Spain in 1955, he was ordained a priest for the Opus Dei Prelature in 1983 and has taught at the University of Navarre for many years. He is a member of the advisory council on catechetics for the Spanish Bishops Conference, and a frequent contributor to magazines and newspapers, both religious and secular.
📒The Art Of Leadership 3rd Edition ✍ Dag Heward-MIlls
✏The Art of Leadership 3rd Edition Book Summary : The call to ministry is a call to leadership. Once again with an easy going and down-to-earth approach, Dr. Heward-Mills expounds on principles that have made him an outstanding Christian leader. The truths revealed here will inspire many to the art of leadership.
📒The Art Of Good Living ✍ Marik Lawrence
✏The Art of Good Living Book Summary : Living well is a daily exercise that very often depends on your ability and personal attitude to face life with the right energy and vitality. A positive attitude and a healthy and balanced lifestyle not only contribute to increase the quality of our days greatly, but it also helps us to feel good and calm with ourselves. Who lives well? Do you want to enjoy life? Know the secrets to get the most out of your existence? Mark the difference! The importance of living slowly The "Slow Food" movement The good living, in the couple The 10 golden rules of the happy couple The good living being single Evaluate the benefits of individual life Appreciate the benefits of individual life Warnings for the single How to be happy at work Interact with your classmates Maintain a positive attitude at work How to live well with little money Change your lifestyle The Japanese secret of long life The secret of ikigai How to find your own Ikigai Live life to the fullest Define Follow your own path 15 Habits to start living well
📒The Minimalism Challenge ✍ Minimalism Co
✏The Minimalism Challenge Book Summary : Change your life with small changes that yield big results. Is your life more difficult than it should be? Are you struggling with unnecessary complexities? Have you been wanting to build good habits that will help you simplify your life, health, career, style or other areas? Believe it or not, life does not have to be so hard especially if you focus on what's essential. If you are ready to overcome your complications and ready to live easy then this book is for you. The Minimalism Challenge offers a full year's worth of lessons on how to transform your life with simple steps that empower you to improve your decision-making, build good habits and focus on what matters most. The book includes 52 weekly lessons grouped into 12 monthly life themes that teach you how to live easy for an entire year (and beyond) by cultivating awareness, clarity and focus: Month 1: Simplify Your Life Month 2: Simplify Your Desires Month 3: Simplify Your Work Month 4: Simplify Your Finances Month 5: Simplify Your Space Month 6: Simplify Your Relationships Month 7: Simplify Your Health Month 8: Simplify Your Mindset Month 9: Simplify Your Schedule Month 10: Simplify Your Tasks Month 11: Simplify Your Taste Month 12: Simplify Your Happiness Before the book: Overwhelming schedule Stressful work Cluttered home Neglected relationships Impulse shopping Mindless consumption Easily distracted Negative self-talk Fickle and indecisive Lack of purpose After the book: Better finances Enough energy Streamlined space Clear priorities Better decisions Organization & efficiency Positive, abundant thinking Purposeful living Increased happiness There is no "right" way to be a minimalist. Minimalism means different things to different people and with this book you'll build a solid foundation for making this philosophy work best for you. The challenge is not just about inspiration but motivation. You won't just think, you will act. You will de-stress, declutter, deprogram self-limiting thoughts, and eliminate distractions. This is a suite of simple strategies designed to address the areas of life that tend to have the most complications. Each lesson dives into a variety of principles that will yield long term improvements to your thoughts, habits, and behaviors. The Minimalism Challenge is the first book in the Streamline Your Life Series. These step-by-step guides support you on your journey to simplifying each area of your life - from work and wellness to style and relationships. Though lightweight and easy to read, they offer a wealth of inspiration and information on how to live a good life, effortlessly.
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📒The Art Of Uncertainty ✍ Dennis Merritt Jones
✏The Art of Uncertainty Book Summary : What if we could learn to accept I don't know and embrace the possibility that the future is full of mystery, excitement, and unlimited opportunity? The Art of Uncertainty is an invitation to the reader to consider its essential message: learning to love the unknown by staying present in the moment. If the difficulties of recent years have taught us anything-particularly those who "did everything right" and still saw it all fall apart-it's that none of us has as much control over our lives as we believe. The only thing we can control is our next thought. What if we could learn how to be at peace with uncertainty and embrace the possibility that the future is full of mystery, excitement, and unlimited opportunity? What if we discovered that a new paradigm can be more fulfilling, more rewarding, and more peaceful than what we have known? Living in the I don't know and loving it is an art form we can all master, and The Art of Uncertainty is the perfect guidebook.