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Short Cuts To Happiness : How I found the meaning of life from a barber's chair, Paperback / softback Book

Short Cuts To Happiness : How I found the meaning of life from a barber's chair Paperback / softback

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Even a New York Times-bestselling happiness expert can need advice!In his trailblazing Harvard courses, internationally bestselling books, and lectures and videos, positive psychologist Tal Ben-Shahar has shared his essential, scientifically backed tools for finding fulfillment the world over.

But even the happiness expert needs a boost from time to time!

Tal found his not in a guru or fellow psychologist, but rather in his longtime neighborhood barber, Avi-a man with a gift for making his clients look and feel great with wisdom beyond his years. Tal's visits to Avi soon grew into a friendship deeper than most.

Between snips, the two men talked about everything from family and starting a business to the meaning of life and the power of music.

Two years of their revelatory barbershop talk have been distilled into these gems of inspiration-perfect to give, receive, and share, even between haircuts. 'A charming read to remind you that wisdom about happiness is often right around the corner.' - Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Give and Take and Originals, and co-author of Option B with Sheryl Sandberg'When a happiness expert like Ben-Shahar turns to someone else for advice, you know the advice has got to be good.

Short Cuts to Happiness offers accessible, universal wisdom that puts a life of meaning and fulfilment within reach and sets a very high bar for my next trip to the barber!' - Colin Beavan, author of No Impact Man and How to Be Alive

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  • Format: Paperback / softback
  • Pages: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Popular psychology
  • ISBN: 9781473696846

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