Build your happiness with the right tools.
The alarm clock rings and a smile is not exactly what appears on your face. Another day in which you have to struggle with your boss, your duties, your family.... Is it really possible to get up in a good mood or is that something reserved for a lucky few? The answer is clear: we can all wake up happy and maintain this attitude throughout the day, it just depends on the approach we take to our lives.
This book invites us to think in that direction: the direction that leads us to foster positive attitudes and to face any adversity without unnecessarily overstretching it. It will encourage us to appreciate our reality and abandon the complaints and excuses behind which we often hide. To do this, we need to correct what we fail at, which in turn requires working in three different fields: recognition, will and action. We will discover the simple and tremendously effective tools to achieve this in these pages.
This book aims to encourage you to take a qualitative leap in self-esteem, to believe in yourself, in your possibilities and capabilities. Because it’s your own experience that will show you that on previous occasions (which you may not even take into consideration) you have already emerged victorious from the impasse.
Learn to channel all your energy into the positive field (what we have) and forget about the negative field (what we don’t have, what we envy and covet), as well as that perception we often have of ourselves that is totally unfair.
8 Days Getting Up in a #GoodMood will invite you to take that step you’ve always wanted to take but which, until now, you’ve always left for another moment (which ends up never arriving).
“This book invites everyone to find the best version of themselves. After reading it, you’ll have no reason not to begin applying it immediately.”
Xavier Sardà, Journalist
“A book that places us in front of the mirror and shows us who we are, without filters. Its stories and reflections go deep and teach us that the main (or only) culprit of our ills should not be sought in any agent other than ourselves.”
Antonio García Ferreras, Journalist
“Sebas Lorente addresses with total naturalness thorny issues that we often prefer to avoid because they are uncomfortable, and leads us unequivocally to always appreciate and choose the positive side of any situation.”
Helena García-Melero, Journalist