Happiness Unlimited: How to be happy - always!

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All that everyone seeks in life is happiness

It is the sole purpose of existence and it’s what drives us in all that we pursue, achievements, wealth, professional or business success, love, relationships, a comfort-filled home, a happy family, or even in relatively smaller things such as a vacation, shopping, movie or a dinner outing. So, while we may think we want to be rich, powerful, successful, popular, or whatever, all that we actually want is to be happy. Always happy.

Yet happiness proves both transient and elusive.

That's because we seek it in the wrong places and pursue it in the wrong things. We seek it in the external world around us, in attainments, money, power, material things, people . . . .

In reality, happiness lies within each one of us. It is our true nature. We simply have to uncover it by getting rid of all the wrong notions and false assumptions about ourselves that we hold unexamined.

This book will help you do just that — discover your inner self and unlock the eternal happiness that lies within you. In doing so, it will transform your life forever.

The book also shows you how to make your own destiny by mastering your thoughts. It is packed with inspiration, practical steps and innovative Destiny Cards to help you take charge of your thinking.

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About the author

Manoj Arora, an IT executive by profession, has worked for the best of Fortune 500 organizations across the globe in his twenty-year Electrical Engineering and IT career. A gold medallist from Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Manoj started his engineering career in 1994 with Larsen & Toubro Ltd. Though being a top performer in his job, his quest for true freedom and happiness was not met by salary increments and rise each year.

After a successful six-year stint with L&T, he decided to reboot his career by switching to the Information Technology (IT) industry and successfully worked for some of the biggest global organisations including TCS and IBM.

During his enriched career, he saw that most of the people around him were stuck in the same rat race, facing similar challenges, and having no clue as to how to come out of this meaningless race in order to live their true dreams.

Hailing from a middle class family in Delhi, India and having the exposure and experience of living in different societies across the globe, he has been able to capture what gives true happiness to people.

His first book, From the Rat Race to Financial Freedom, is a bestseller. 

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Publisher
Vision Books
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Published on
Aug 30, 2014
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Pages
227
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ISBN
9788170949305
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / General
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
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