Tal Ben-Shahar - Happier Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment audiobook mp3

Tal Ben-Shahar - Happier Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment audiobook mp3
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Tal Ben-Shahar - Happier Learn the Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment

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From Publishers Weekly

Though everyone wants to be happier, how many of us can actually define what that means? In his class, "Positive Psychology," one of the most popular courses at Harvard University, Ben-Shahar teaches that happiness isn't as elusive a concept as people think, and can actually be learned; he commits the fundamentals of his course to paper in this primer on getting happy, which he defines as a combination of pleasure (short-term happiness) and meaning (long-term). Divided into three parts, "What is Happiness?", "Happiness Applied" and "Meditations on Happiness," Ben-Shahar provides insight and exercises, prodding reflection in readers ("Do you accept negative emotions as natural?" "Do you see your work as a job, a career, or a calling?") while explicating the relationships among happiness, motivation and goals. Though it sounds simple, Ben-Shahar insists on keen self-awareness and purposeful action to overcome entrenched patterns of despondency and/or disbelief. For answer-seekers, this is definitely a good start.





Review

¡°Jeff Woodman¡¯s reading has a narrative drive that captures the author¡¯s affirming ideas.¡± ¡ªAudioFile (Audiofile )



Review

"It is easy to see how this is the backbone of the most popular course at Harvard today." ¡ªMartin E. P. Seligman, author of Authentic Happiness From the Back Cover

Thousands of Harvard University students have discovered that you can become happier. They learned the secret to lasting fulfillment from acclaimed teacher Tal Ben-Shahar's class on positive psychology¡ªa branch of psychology that combines the latest scientific research with good old common sense. Now you can join his class and learn how positive psychology can make you happier right now¡ªno lottery windfall, job promotion, or new love required.

Think of Happier as your own personal workbook. As you listen to each chapter's illuminating discussion on happiness and incorporate its simple exercises into your daily routine, you will see every aspect of your life with new eyes and a new sense of purpose.

When you learn how to live for today and for tomorrow at the same time, you learn how to balance your immediate personal needs with long-term goals and enjoy life as you never have before.



About the Author

TAL BEN-SHAHAR, PH.D., is one of Harvard University's most popular lecturers. His classes attract 1,400 students per semester¡ªapproximately 20 percent of all Harvard graduates. Ben-Shahar graduated from Harvard with a degree in philosophy and psychology, and for the last ten years he has been teaching personal and organizational excellence, leadership, ethics, and self-esteem.



JEFF WOODMAN originated the title role in Tennessee Williams' "The Notebook of Trigorin" and won the san Francisco Critics' circle Award for his performance in "an Ideal Husband" In addition to numerous Off-Broadway credits, his TV appearances include Law & Order, Sex and the City, and Cosby. His more than 200 audiobook narrations has earned him numerous awards, including a People magazine "Annual Top Five" citation and a spot in AudioFile magazine's "Top Fifty Voices of the Century".



From AudioFile

One of Harvards most popular lecturers turns his talents to an involving audio. He succeeds largely because he knows how to question. He asks listeners to reflect not if they are happy, but how they can become happier. Throughout the program concrete questions encourage self-examination on what gives ones life meaning, pleasure, and strength. These are suggested after chapters that merge research with personal and anecdotal stories to explain strategies for reviewing ones life. The book, based on the field of positive psychology, has found an upbeat reader. Jeff Woodmans reading has a narrative drive that captures the authors affirming ideas. S.W. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine