Hello! Today I have something a little different for you. Today’s review is for the non-fiction book The Happiness Revolution by Andy Cope and Prof Paul McGee.
I would like to thank the authors and Anne Cater from Random Things Tours for hooking me up with an e-copy for review.
A new book by two of the biggest powerhouses in positive psychology and personal development – Dr Andy Cope and Professor Paul McGee
Happiness. We chase it, we crave it…it’s so in demand… yet so scarce and fleeting.
But here’s the good news. In The Happiness Revolution: A Manifesto For Living Your Best Life, bestselling authors Dr Andy Cope and Professor Paul McGee deliver a page-turning self-help book of the times, for the times. As the world wakes up to a new kind of normal, The Happiness Revolution challenges readers to sign up to an uprising of wellbeing and to making the most of the privilege of being on this planet.
The book outlines a 10-point Happiness Manifesto. Grounded in the science of human flourishing and the reality of life, the principles are simple, do-able and above all make a difference not only to yourself but to others too. Let the fight back to mental wealth start right here.
Welcome to global domination of the happiness kind!
- How to regain your sanity, clarity, and wellbeing, even when your smartphone, kids, spouse, job, and possessions seem to be conspiring to keep you from doing just that.
- Why it can be so hard to maintain a happy outlook when the outside world has never been so fast, complex, and unpredictable.
- How to be at your best in a world that is doing its worst.
Happiness is the #1 thing you want for yourself and your family. The Happiness Revolution is an indispensable guide for everyone trying to live their best life and to spread some happiness whilst doing so.
Rise Up and Be Happy! Vive la revolution!
I have to say I absolutely loved this book and it could not have come at a better time. I loved the way the authors described the science behind our rationale and reasoning and ways in which we can combat the feeling of anxiety and stress.
It helps the reader understand how our brain functions while giving us tips and tricks for overcoming the problems we face and it is all done in a way that is humorous and easy to understand.
I desperately need this book in paperback now to highlight all the brilliant quotes and passages which resonated with me deeply.
I would recommend this to every single person because there is so much to be gained from it which can be lifechanging.
About The Authors
DR ANDY COPE is the UK’s first ever Dr of Happiness. He has a passion for motivation and positive psychology and strives to influence people to think differently.
He founded Art of Brilliance in 2004 to blaze a new trail – one that was non-academic, totally rooted in the real world and that would make a massive and immediate impact on individuals and organisations. Andy is a sought-after keynote speaker, bestselling author, and authority on happiness, motivation, and human flourishing.
PROF PAUL MCGEE is a visiting professor at the University of Chester and is one of Europe’s leading speakers on the subject of change, resilience, wellbeing, and communication.
His book SUMO became a Sunday Times best seller and his book on Self Confidence reached number one in the WHSmith’s business chart and remained there for a further 24 weeks. His books have sold over a quarter of a million copies worldwide. He has appeared on BBC Breakfast television and is a regular contributor on BBC Radio.
He has had the privilege of working with one of the world’s top management gurus the late Dr Stephen Covey and his work has been endorsed by Sir Clive Woodward. Chris Evans described Paul’s book ‘How Not to Worry’ as “a gift to the world.” His clients include prominent blue chip organisations, public sector bodies and a leading Premier League football club. He combines his love of comedy and football by supporting Wigan Athletic and Bradford City.
Thanks for reading.