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on November 27, 2016
This wonderful little book is indeed a "practical guide to a happier life" written by a wise man who communicates clearly and compellingly. It is appropriate for those who enjoy the holiday season and for those who struggle during it.

After listing the top 7 reasons why people are not happy, Hoover suggests ways to overcome these concerns and then directs us toward a more practical goal: happier, not happy, as the latter is harder to define.

Key to improving our attitude is gratitude. Count your blessings, not your problems.

Take some practical steps: get enough sleep, eat wisely and often, exercise regularly.

Make some more profound changes: be grateful, be mindful, be a friend.

Most importantly, figure out your Why, your Purpose, and pursue it with commitment.

This book would make a fine gift at this holiday season!
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on December 17, 2016
I'm so glad that I downloaded Harry Hoover's 'Get Glad'. A truly inspirational and practical guide to help you live a happier life. I am a strong believer in a gratitude practice, so seeing Harry's suggestions really made me happy. The book is full of examples and helps you incorporate everything suggested into your daily life. The information is expertly presented and it's a book I will definitely look into over and over again to get inspired to keep working on my happiness. Thank you!
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on February 25, 2017
I recently finished reading "Get Glad - Your Practical Guide To A Happier Life." This book stresses how imperative it is to recognize things for which one is grateful on a daily basis. Now that I becoming more self-aware, I am finding that I can't even transfer my gratitude to paper fast enough for it is alive and all around me.... A few weeks ago, my husband and son witnessed a horrific car accident at their intersection while on a bike ride- gratitude: only a few feet and several seconds separated them from a car that ran a red light. All of the things that I often fret over seemed to wash away. And at church last Sunday we had a guest pastor from Kenya and learned about one of their missions to feed the hungry and how it is common for young children in some areas to CARRY GLUE IN THEIR SHIRT SLEEVES TO SNIFF IN ORDER TO MASK HUNGER PAINS! It took everything I had in me not to break down in tears. That, and the fact that members of their congregation walk MILES on Sunday morning to attend service - gratitude: this has encouraged me to work with my family on practicing gratitude how we must never again think twice about doing something else with our time on a Sunday because if we are not there and our offering is not received, we could be letting someone down in our local community or even across the globe (and to be perfectly honest, I had never really thought about it in that context before). And later that same day, I took a Strength Training class and the instructor was a woman my age, who had a prosthetic leg and two robotic arms. She was in much better shape than myself and within the first three minutes of class it was clear that she was going to be tough. I knew I had to bring it... there were times I wanted to modify, to go easy, but I couldn't - it was not a choice for me. How could I? How dare I? - gratitude: I was sore for a week but here is what my attention to gratitude has delivered me: 1. Divine intervention is always at work 2. My absence is impressed upon those I never even knew were counting on me and 3. Strength is only limited by my mind. I just needed to open my eyes a little wider...
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on December 16, 2016
I've never met the author, but his writing style had me feeling like we were sitting together in the living room having a comfortable, yet stimulating, conversation between friends. Packed with warm, down to earth, practical information, this book can provide encouragement and steps toward happier days straight away. I hope many other readers enjoy the same happy experience that I did with 'Get Glad' - thanks Harry!
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on October 19, 2016
In the chaos filled world we all call home today, we all stumble below the happiness bar and have a hard time getting our smiles back. Harry Hoover's Get Glad is an insanely practical and nuances look at how to lift your spirits. Whether you want a step-by-step recipe for what to do to get out of the doldrums or you want to read about the general principles of happiness that you are definitely ignoring, Harry has the one resource for you.
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on January 9, 2017
So far, so good! Haven't finished it yet, but already picked up some interesting information.
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