Item description for The Don't Sweat the Small Stuff Workbook: Exercises, Questions, and Self-Tests to Help You Keep the Little Things From Taking Over Your Life by Richard Carlson...
Overview A practical workbook sequel to the best-selling Don't Sweat the Small Stuff helps readers develop empathy and tolerance through a useful set of exercises, checklists, and plans to make life less stressful and more joyful. Original. 250,000 first printing.
Publishers Description For the millions who have read "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff," this inspiring new workbook has been designed to help put the book's principles into practice. Includes exercises, questions, and self-tests designed to help readers put things into perspective and keep the little things from taking over their lives.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 7.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Sep 2, 1998
ISBN 0786883510 ISBN13 9780786883516
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More About Richard Carlson
Richard Carlson, Ph.D., was the author of the bestselling Don't Sweat the Small Stuff series. He passed away in 2006. Kristine Carlson has a gift for creating lifelong relationships and is very dedicated to her family, friendships, and personal growth. She loves riding horses, running, and solitude. Richard and Kris were married for over 21 years. She lives in Northern California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Don't Sweat the Small Stuff Workbook: Exercises, Questions, and Self-Tests to Help You Keep the Little Things From Taking Over Your Life?
Awesome book for College/University students! Sep 9, 2005
By Richard Carlson, PH.D (printed in the United States. Published by Hyperion, 77 W. 66th Street, New York, New York 10023-6298 (previously published as `Don't Worry, Make Money').
This book is a non-fictional, self help/motivational book. The main theme of the book is how to live a life that is more productive, wealthy and carefree. It consists of one hundred short chapters, each with its' own philosophy like `Be willing to change' or `Remind yourself that your life isn't your enemy, but your thinking can be'. Richard Carlson has created a whole series of "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" books. When you read one, continue and read them all, they all go hand in hand. He is a frequent guest on many National Television and Radio programs. He lectures many enthusiastic audiences, both in the United States and Internationally. Recently, he was featured on PBS in a special about his don't sweat philosophy. He has paired up with his wife Kristine Karlson to write `Don't Sweat the Small Stuff in Love'. What a great idea! "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff About Money" covers everything from getting rid of fear, anger and stress revolving around budgeting, by providing practical solutions. In these one-hundred short chapters, Richard Carlson motivates his audience with his own philosophies on life and money combined. The "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" series of books all have a philosophy with each chapter. I find it motivating to learn different strategies on how to deal with life and financial problems. I can really appreciate constructive criticism, and there's lots in this book and all of Richard Carlsons' other don't sweat books. My favorite chapter in the book was "Give, Give, Give". In this chapter he states that "giving is its' own reward". I am a firm believer in giving whenever and whatever possible. I believe this is the only way things will come back your way. Overall, I would say the book was instructive, memorable and inspiring. The book greatly affected the way I budget my money, and the way I deal with not having a lot. He taught me that you don't have to be rich to live an abundant life. I would certainly recommend this book to any college/university student, as most of us are struggling to get by! It enlightens you as you read, as it helps to know you are not alone in the money struggle. Great book!
work!!! Apr 19, 2001
It really is a "WORK" book. It takes alot of thinking and quiet time to answer the questions and to go back and analyze what you have written down. Too much work for me. I guess this book would be good for someone who has alot of extra time on their hands to ponder their life. I do not have that time.
Disappointing Jul 3, 2000
As a student of Buddhism, I found much of the content in this book to be diluted Buddhism. Basically, it's Buddhist teachings without the Buddhism in it. I'm sure it helps many people, but for me it was diappointing - lacking in depth and substance.