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Make Your Life Worth Living... If you've ever wanted to take practical steps toward improving yourself and your life, you may have been overwhelmed by the number of self-help and pop psychology books to choose from. Most of them are lengthy, full of anecdotes from and about people you may have nothing in common with. Highway to Happiness is refreshingly different. It is an easy read, brief and to the point, drawing on the author's life experience and observations. Prescriptive suggestions for self-improvement are made simply, without embellishment, so you have a chance to pause, reflect, and consider how these principles might best be applied to your own life. This handbook gives you a chance to keep an open mind, free of skepticism, to absorb the ideas presented. If you implement these powerful precepts, you will enjoy better relations with people, achieve greater success in your undertakings, and experience peace of mind and self-confidence that you've never known before. Everyone needs meaning and purpose to make life worth living- Highway to Happiness shows you how to find them.
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Owen Smith was born in 1920. He attended Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri when he was called to serve in the Navy in the Pacific Theater during World War II. After the war, he completed his education and pursued a career as an innovative entrepreneur in the fields of energy, high technology, and communications. In 1979, he formed a video production company to pioneer the concept of producing video in-service training programs for the continuing education of teachers, administrators, and other professionals, including athletics and sports medicine. Subsequently, he achieved national recognition as the executive producer of custom television programming including documentaries, entertainment, and award-winning special interest video magazines.
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Book Description Outskirts Press, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1478701668