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End confusion about the nature of happiness and discover how to lead a life of boundless joy!
Happiness is the natural state of infants. But, as they are raised in a cynical world, they grow into children, adolescents, and adults who become jaded. They grow to believe happiness is no more than an elusive dream. Yet, this need not remain so, for we can reclaim our natural state of happiness.
This practical guidebook teaches you how you have been misled, the mistakes you are making, and how to once again experience the adventure and joy of life. This clearly written roadmap will lead you to your birthright of happiness.
In The Three Thieves and Four Pillars of Happiness, Chuck Gallozzi opens a window and illuminates what we must understand and accept: it is not the world that must change to make us happy, but our perception of it. This book is a delightful balance of anecdotes, insights, and an infectious exuberance for life.
Peppered with wisdom from the ancient sages to the latest thought in positive psychology, this invaluable life manual will teach you how to banish the three thieves of happiness and master the four supporting principles. With firm but gentle guidance, you will be led down a path of seven steps that will take you to a life of boundless joy.
Chuck Gallozzi received B.A. and M.A. degrees in Asian Studies while in Japan, where he lived and worked for fifteen years. While there, he immersed himself in the wisdom of the Far East. He is a Canadian writer, certified NLP Practitioner, founder and leader of the Positive Thinkers Group in Toronto, speaker, and seminar leader. He has appeared on national Canadian TV and has co-authored a number of books with leading motivational and inspirational writers. Chuck is a catalyst for change, dedicated to bringing out the best in others.
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