Marc and angel books to read
One Book I Wish I Had Read 10 Years Ago (and Why Alyssa Milano Happily Wrote the Foreword)Look Inside. May 21, Minutes Buy. May 21, ISBN May 21, Minutes. New York Times -bestselling authors Marc and Angel Chernoff deliver instant inspiration and powerful advice for becoming our best selves.
10 Things Happy People Never Do Again (by Marc and Angel)
40 Modern Nonfiction Books Everyone Should Read
Look Inside. May 22, Minutes Buy. May 22, ISBN May 22, Minutes. Getting Back to Happy reveals their strategies for changing thought patterns and daily habits to bounce back from tough times. Sharing never-before-published stories and advice, the book shows us how to harness the power of daily rituals, mindfulness, self-care, and more to overcome whatever life throws our way—in order to become our best selves. Getting Back to Happy is a must-read guide for getting back on track.
Empowering advice for overcoming setbacks!
In various ways, these 30 books convey some of the philosophy of how Angel and I live our lives. I honestly credit a fraction of who I am today to each title.
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The biggest and most complex obstacle you will ever have to overcome is your own mind. Overcome that, and you can overcome anything! Just over a decade ago, Marc and I had to deal with several painful life changes. These included:. It all happened so quickly, too! The pain of those experiences compounded on one another in quick succession, knocking us down and driving the wind right out of our sails for a couple years straight.
This is how Marc and I felt a decade ago when we were knocked down and stuck in a rut after simultaneously losing two loved ones to suicide and illness. We pushed ourselves as hard as we could to take one tiny step every day—one journal entry, one minute workout, one honest conversation, and so forth. I was desperately struggling to motivate myself for the past few days after a significant business opportunity fell through. I was feeling utterly defeated. So, I took the tiniest possible step. Just turning on my laptop, opening up the word processing application, and writing a single sentence. Such an action is so small as to seem insignificant, and yet so easy as to be possible when I was feeling desperate and defeated again this morning.