14,000 Things to Be Happy About: The Happy Book by Barbara Ann KipferFlannel sheets. Strawberry ice cream. Making faces at monkeys in the zoo. Dog dishes that say Good Dog. Carolers singing around a Norwegian spruce. Sun burning off the morning fog. Cabanas. Its the little things that make life worth living, and they can be found by the dozens in this obsessive, quirky, and utterly captivating compendium with over 950,000 copies in print. A pure, unadulterated listing, it offers not a single explanation, aside, or footnote, but reading it is as irresistible as eating popcorn. Randomly selected and catalogued over the course of twenty years-and illustrated with joyous and jewel-like precision by the gifted artist Pierre Le-Tan-14,000 THINGS is Barbara Ann Kipfers perfect antidote to the all-too-frequently-mentioned things we should be unhappy about.
Its a celebration of almost everything thats ever made us smile. And that itself is reason number 14,001.
14,000 Things to Be Happy About.: Newly Revised and Updated
RapidMiner CMO Tom Wentworth was one of the first marketers to get onboard with our crazy idea of replacing forms with chatbots. He was even featured in an HBR article about companies that are successfully using A. The Drift bot now conducts about a thousand chats per month. Closed a few of those this month. How did this transition happen? And why did Tom decide to make the switch to Drift in the first place?
If You Need a Reason to Smile - Thomas Sanders
Over the past decade, an entire industry has sprouted up promising the secrets to happiness. But all of these books and classes raise the question: Why bother? Many of us might prefer to focus on boosting our productivity and success rather than our positive emotions. Why keep trying? Recently, a critical mass of research has provided what might be the most basic and irrefutable argument in favor of happiness: Happiness and good health go hand-in-hand.