Used this for work . Very solid information and helped me with teaching others and with presentations to groups.. At time got overstated and slow ,but overall very valuable.Published 1 month ago by Catherine F Malone
I found this book very helpful. It's researched-based, but manages to keep the discussion short and fairly simple. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jesse Lahey
A universal baseline for human well being crosses cultural, social, financial, geographical boundaries. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Jones
Wellbeing identifies the 5-key areas needed by any individual, commercial or corporate firm, public or private institutions and the Government to make radical healthy changes and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Henry A Villegas, MD
Highly recommend reading this and focusing on a way to achieve this in your life. Working on a tool that will help us do just that. Hope it will help you one day.
If you only knew how many times I've referenced this book since reading it! Its a great book. It's an easy read and the way its written is perfect for people who lose interest or... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Erin Zefkeles
I hate self help books. I hate pop psychology.
I really enjoyed this book; fast read, summaries at end of each chapter, sensible ideas. Read more
We have used it in our professional training and development series. So far people didn't like the book for reading purposes however they enjoyed the training around it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by eclecticism
Great book. Common sense guide to well being. it is a short read and good for one of the books you go back to and re-read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Richard Goldstein