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Don't Sweat the Small Stuff and It's All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking Over Your Life, Gift Edition Hardcover – November 3, 1997
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100 rules/lessons of life, with no studies and no overarching narrative/understanding.
The book contains anecdotes, merely. Countless "I did this & I did that. Therefore, when you do this, it is much better. So be good, because good is good."
The reasoning in this book is subpar. The author does not question the assumption of his conclusions, making this book filled with personal in-the-moment premises, non sequiturs, and ad hoc rationalizations.
As my intuition from the title, I expected this book to get into the nitty gritty of what it means to power through the seemingly small things within one's life. Instead, I read cheap & trite liners. I would not recommend this book. If I were to recommend a similar, yet more genuine, coherent, and effective book, I would recommend "Tuesdays with Morrie"
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This is a handy size, small enough to take away/out with you (if you want to) and personally, I find this book a fantastic help. I take everything far too seriously and this book "grounds" me. It's written in a light-hearted way and you don't have to read every single chapter to benefit. I thoroughly recommend this book and will be keeping hold of this copy.
Helpful advice and lots of information and I loved that authors style of writing thought he came across as a very kind individual.