Don't Be A Cow!: Find Your Own Path: An Interactive Guide to True Happiness!

Don't Be A Cow!: Find Your Own Path: An Interactive Guide to True Happiness!

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Overview

Through humor and reflection, you'll discover how NOT to be a Cow! This interactive book is a "how-to" on finding your own path to happiness. You can make notes, take part in game exercises, and stretch your imagination. Included is a suggested playlist of songs and soulful quotes that match up with the journey and a blank list where you're encouraged to create your own. Whether you're a teen or grad thinking about the future, a manager looking to inspire your employees or team, or someone that just needs a little encouragement, this inspirational book is designed for your own journey.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692822180
Publisher: LTU Publishing
Publication date: 01/13/2017
Pages: 172
Sales rank: 1,117,360
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

George and Rachel Barker's journey together began when they married in 2006 and both brought two children into the family. Their careers have been in Forestry, Conservation, Landscape and Horticulture. Thus, they share a passion for trees and the great outdoors.

This book is their first writing endeavor and has truly been a labor of love.

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Don't Be A Cow!: Find Your Own Path: An Interactive Guide to True Happiness! 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TuckerdogAVL 3 months ago
This is really an easy read. It's a great way to remind yourself about the little things that can make you happier. The book is seen through the eyes of Joe and Jane who are the authors. They talk back and forth and discuss various things that can stand in the way of happiness. It's written in a way that young people could really grasp, I think, especially those who have FOMO and follow herd mentality. It's a little simple, but in a way, that's what makes it worthwhile so you don't get weighed down by complex ideas.