To date I have written the following books:

There has been a lot of research in to the area of happiness. Scientists at the University of Wisconsin found that 50% of a persons happiness comes from their daily actions. Researchers from Warwick University in England noticed that happier workers were 12% more productive than the average worker. A study in Milwaukee discovered that the happiest people lived up to nine years longer than the least happy ones. Professors in Germany learned that happy people looked up to 4 years younger than unhappy ones. Studies have also shown that 50% of a persons daily actions are habits. Now, imagine what would happen if some of your habits were also actions that contributed to your happiness? You could be automatically happy every day. You could be more productive, healthier and even look younger! This ebook will tell you how you can use habits to become happier. Specifically, it will show you how to create “happy habits.” Read "Happy Habits" online for free.

Do you want to transform your life? Studies have shown that habits comprise at least 50% of our daily actions. Research has shown that people who write their goals down have an 80% chance of achieving them. What do these statistics tell us? At least 50% of what we do everyday is done without really thinking about it. If wants to improve your life, you have goals and they are written down you stand an 80% chance of doing so. Imagine if you combined your habits with your goals - you’d be able to achieve your goals without really thinking about it. This is where goalbits come in.A goalbit is a goal based habit. Goalbits work because they break larger goals into smaller bits that you do every day. Its really that simple. Bite-size chunks of your goal done day after day after day.

Read Goalbits online for free or download the PDF for just $3.99.

STICKY HABITS - a simple way to create new habits using sticky notes and a pen.

This ebook will tell you how to develop goalbits for yourself.

The good news is new habits are actually simple to create. You just need sticky notes and a pen. The 3” x 3” adhesive note pads (also known as “Post-its” or “Stickies”) work perfectly for creating habits. I call this "sticky habits."

Read all about "Sticky Habits" here.

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit” – Aristotle.What you do day in and day out ultimately determines your future. Exercising once will not get you fit. Exercising every day however, will. Writing one page will not make a book. Writing every day however, will. Studies have shown that habits comprise 40% of our daily actions. If a person develops good habits, good things will happen in their life.

“Happiness, like unhappiness, is a proactive choice.” – Stephen Covey.

Why are some people happier than others?

There has been a lot of research in to what makes people happy. The happiest people make the choice to be happy and they also proactively take steps to be happy. Studies have shown that happy people exercise regularly, they get a good nights sleep, they cultivate good relationships, they get fresh air every day, they help others, they smile and they express gratitude regularly.

A ‘good walk’ is a simple idea anybody can use to help cultivate their own happiness. It doesn’t require any special equipment, it doesn’t cost anything to do, and it is based on the work of several scientific studies. This booklet explains how to take a ‘good walk’ as well as the science behind the idea.

Read the 'Good Walk' ebook now for free.

“Communication – the most important skill in the workplace” is based on more than 20 years of practical workplace experience. This ebook is based on a talk I give to college students titled “Communication is the most important class you will take.” The talk has grown over the years to the point where there is almost too much information to share in one session. I decided to write this book so the students I give the talk to have a reference to go back to afterwards.

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