An Author's View On Happiness! [NOOK Book]

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Author Sherrie Lynn is back with An Author's View on Happiness!, a thoughtful little non-fiction book that explores the happiness of humanity and the struggle of many to achieve happiness. Lynn shares her views on a range of selected subjects, including: The importance of goal-setting. The truth about time management and how it can increase happiness. The very things that many might view as happiness-inducing are, in fact merely cultivating an insensitivity towards humanity and its core happiness levels! By ...
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An Author's View On Happiness!

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Overview

Author Sherrie Lynn is back with An Author's View on Happiness!, a thoughtful little non-fiction book that explores the happiness of humanity and the struggle of many to achieve happiness. Lynn shares her views on a range of selected subjects, including: The importance of goal-setting. The truth about time management and how it can increase happiness. The very things that many might view as happiness-inducing are, in fact merely cultivating an insensitivity towards humanity and its core happiness levels! By rediscovering the roots of happiness, humanity can learn how to truly be happy again, through developing a matrix of interpersonal social skills, faith and prioritizing. This is a book you will want to read again and again as a reminder to… Be Happy!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149629152
  • Publisher: Imprintbooks
  • Publication date: 8/7/2014
  • Series: An Author's View On, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 258 KB

Meet the Author

Sherrie Lynn was born third of four Children. She majored in journalism and commercial art at Wilber Wright College. The author worked full time for ten years at a catholic hospital eventually becoming an Illinois state licensed pharmacy technician. In 1996 the essay, So Let It Be Written garnered an honorable mention in Iliad Literary Awards. Sherrie has wrote five books. Novels- Backstage Pass- The Jade Sheldon Story, and the coming-of-age-interracial romance, A Forward Motion. Looking to sell as a screen adaptation. The essay collection, I'll Holler At You. The memoir, My Grandfather's House- Inside A Writer's life and An Author's View On Writing. www.sherrielynn.com
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  • Posted November 2, 2014

    This book is an invaluable collection of the author's musings on

    This book is an invaluable collection of the author's musings on happiness and how we can achieve it. The author talks about innovation, perception, being a leader rather than a follower, procrastination and paying it forward amongst other topics. It certainly makes you think and analyze your life.

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  • Posted August 9, 2014

    What does it take to be truly happy? Writer Sherrie Lynn addres

    What does it take to be truly happy?

    Writer Sherrie Lynn addresses the true meaning of happiness, right at the beginning of the book, “An Author's View on Happiness!” She asks, 'what's more important: the amount of money you made during your life or the times you laughed out of sheer joy?’

    I have been focused on making money throughout my adult life, while I work hard, I’ve never been completely or truly ‘happy’, as there is always a work issue bothering me or a deadline to worry about. So I was interested in Sherrie’s book, and it certainly made me rethink my life.

    As Sherrie says, happiness is about doing and making the best out of every single moment, making the best out of every single thing. So how does one get happy?

    Don’t let automatic negative thoughts affect you. Be innovative, carve your own path in which only your own expectations matter, not what others want from you. Sherrie talks about how to build self-esteem - stay away from negative people. Don’t be a zombie -live by your heart!

    The book is full of such wonderful gems, and there is just so much that I learned from it. Great effort by a talented writer. 

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