Andy Cope,Andy Whittaker

The Art of Being Brilliant

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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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255 printed pages
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  • Ann Catherine Dizon Perezhas quoted6 years ago
    The biggest reason why most people are a million miles away from feeling brilliant is that it’s easier to be negative.
  • Ann Catherine Dizon Perezhas quoted6 years ago
    They get promoted faster
    They have 180% more energy
    They are 108% more engaged in their job
    They achieve more
    They are 40% more confident
    They give better customer service
    They are more creative
  • Ali Darwishhas quoted7 years ago
    The old man was drawn to an entry much shorter than the rest. In his own neat handwriting were these words, ‘Wasted a whole day fishing with Jimmy. Didn’t catch a thing!’
    With a deep sigh and a shaking hand he took Jimmy’s journal and found the boy’s entry for the same day, 4 June. Large scrawling letters pressed deep into the paper read, ‘Went fishing with my dad. Best day of my life.’

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