Unfiltered: How to Be as Happy as You Look on Social Media

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A Year From Now You’ll Be Happy You Started Today
Unfiltered: How to Be as Happy as You Look on Social Media is for anyone who needs to be reminded that we’re all a work in progress, no matter what judgments we make when measuring our lives against what others share online.

In her debut book, award-winning journalist and sought-after speaker Jessica Abo addresses the relationship between our psychology and technology and how we can take back our happiness IRL (in real life) without falling into the compare and despair trap.

Jessica helps you push the reset button with bite-sized chapters full of practical insights from experts and psychologists, as well as funny anecdotes and inspiring stories from celebrities like Alysia Reiner of “Orange is the New Black” and Baked by Melissa CEO Melissa Ben-Ishay. You’ll learn how to:

  • Identify what's really at the root of your unhappiness
  • Stay positive when you're feeling lost and rejected
  • Build a life that makes you happiest
  • Navigate toxic relationships and inevitable friendshifts
  • Master the art of letting go
  • Turn setbacks into stepping stones
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    About the author

    Jessica Abo is a sought-after keynote speaker, multi-award-winning television journalist and passionate philanthropist who has raised more than a million dollars for several causes by organizing her own events and running marathons. A New Yorker at heart, Jessica now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their daughter.
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    Publisher
    Entrepreneur Press
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    Published on
    Aug 14, 2018
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    Pages
    250
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    ISBN
    9781613083925
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    Language
    English
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    Genres
    Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
    Self-Help / Personal Growth / General
    Self-Help / Self-Management / Stress Management
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    This content is DRM protected.
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    EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK

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    CHAPTER OUTLINE

    How to Build Your Brand With Pinterest

    + Introduction

    + What Makes Pinterest Different from Other Social Media Sites?

    + For Pinterest Novices

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