Item description for An Ordinary, Happy Man: Living Rich When You're Not Wealthy (Nuts & Bolts series) by Mark Barnes...
Based on solid, time-tested results, this guide outlines seven keys to living a rich and rewarding life, even without being wealthy. Challenging the conventional fundamentals of happiness and success, this book defines different types of unhappiness and the keys to fixing these basic problems. Issues such as poorly planned dreams, money management, dealing with people, and emotional release are addressed with solid advice and humorous and heartrending stories.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date May 28, 2007
Publisher Dna Press
ISBN 1933255293 ISBN13 9781933255293
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Barnes
Mark Barnes was born in Sydney, Australia, in September of 1966. A strong athlete, he was also drawn to the arts at a young age, penning his first short story as a seven-year-old. He worked in finance and advertising and eventually landed satisfying work in information technology, where he continues to manage a freelance organizational change consultancy. In 2005, when Mark was selected to attend the Clarion South residential short story workshop, he began to write with the intention of making it more than a hobby. Since that time Mark has published a number of short stories, worked as a freelance script editor, and has driven creative consultancy for a television series. The Garden of Stones is his first novel.
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An Ordinary, Happy Man is solidly recommended for its straight-from-the-hip shooting Apr 14, 2007
Written by teacher and seminar conductor Mark Barnes, An Ordinary, Happy Man: Living Rich When You're Not Wealthy is a simple guide to living a happy and financially independent life. Always starkly honest, at moments cynical, yet overall upbeat, An Ordinary, Happy Man draws upon Barnes' own experience as a formerly unhappy man who learned how to transform his life. In addition to providing practical tips, tricks, and techniques for stability and self-reliance ("Beware the Deadly Weapon in Your Wallet", i.e. the insidiously seductive credit card; quick-fixes to serious problems just don't work; and being rich is a completely separate thing from being financially wealthy). Barnes is also unapologetic about expressing his disapproval about the harm caused by such diverse cultural phenomena as Dr. Phil, Bush's No Child Left Behind plan, Tony Robbins, and just about every diet book in existence. Written in plain terms for readers of all backgrounds, An Ordinary, Happy Man is solidly recommended for its straight-from-the-hip shooting about how to improve what really matters in life.