The Art of Being Brilliant: Transform Your Life by Doing What Works For You

October 7, 2019 - Comment

A pep talk in your pocket This short, small, highly illustrated book will fill you to the brim with happiness, positivity, wellbeing and, most importantly, success! Andy Cope and Andy Whittaker are experts in the art of happiness and positive psychology and The Art of Being Brilliant is crammed full of good advice, instructive case

A pep talk in your pocket This short, small, highly illustrated book will fill you to the brim with happiness, positivity, wellbeing and, most importantly, success! Andy Cope and Andy Whittaker are experts in the art of happiness and positive psychology and The Art of Being Brilliant is crammed full of good advice, instructive case studies, inspiring quotes, some funny stuff and important questions to make you think about your work, relationships and life. You see being brilliant, successful and happy isn t about dramatic change, it s about finding out what really works for you and doing more of it! The authors lay down their six common-sense principles that will ensure you focus on what you re good at and become super brilliant both at work and at home. A richly illustrated, 2 colour, small book full of humour, inspiring quotes and solid advice A great read with a serious underlying message how to foster positivity and bring about success in every aspect of your life Outlines six common-sense principles that will help you ensure you are the best you can be

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Anonymous says:

You don’t have to be brilliant to be happy but if you’re happy, that’s definitely brilliant. I don’t normally read ‘self-help’ books but after seeing Andy W give a presentation at a recent conference and being impressed, I was pretty confident that this would be worth a read and it was.At heart almost every lesson in this short book is good old-fashioned common sense but that doesn’t mean it’s common practice and that we don’t occasionally need a reminder to do what we already know we should.I could relate to all of this but probably because I was already one of…

Anonymous says:

An accessible and easily digested self help book with laughs along the way. Like most people, I already know what I need to do to make my life more brilliant, however, as the two wonderful authors point out, common sense doesn’t automatically mean commonplace. So here I am, about to start the climb into the 2%ers and I couldn’t be more happy about it. It’s no exaggeration to say that I felt lighter, happier and more positive from the moment I started reading this book. Give it a whirl, you’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain. That’s why we’re looking at these…

Anonymous says:

The clue is in the name – Brilliant! I was originally given this book at the end of a course at work. I am usuall sceptical about books on self improvement but I found myself in an airport that was pretty much closed and needed something to do and any book is better than no book right? The thing is, with this book, I found I couldn’t stop reading it – it forewent my planned sleep on the plane and by the following day I had finished it. It doesn’t read like a self help book at all (the narrative reminds me of another book I…

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