10% Happier Audiobook by Dan Harris [Free Download]

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10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found a Self-Help That Actually Works by Dan Harris

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Summary

In the audiobook 10% Happier, its author, Dan Harris, sets on a journey that happens to be unexpected and surprisingly hilarious through the different worlds of spirituality and self-help, and he actually discovers a way to achieve happiness.

He understands that he has to make some changes in his life after suffering a panic attack on live TV on the show Good Morning America. In this journey of self-awareness, the skeptical Harris finds himself struggling through on a very strange adventure alongside a disgraced pastor, a scientist, and a self-help guru.

During this journey, Harris understands that the source of his problems is what he believed had made him so successful; it is identified as the voice in his head which was in charge of pushing him on in this competitive world but, at the same time, is actually the cause of his panic attack due to the series of stupid decisions that it made him make.

It is this voice that makes us live our lives in a rush, completely immersed in the competence and it is what doesn’t let us enjoy life and gain peace.

Dan Harris shows, in his audiobook, how you can tame your inner voice in order to achieve happiness.

Review

Dan Harris, author of the audiobook 10% Happier explains how he found a way to achieve happiness. The audiobook has been kindly welcomed by the audience who has had a great time reading this spiritual and funny adventure. It is a #1 New York Times Best Sellers, and received the Living Now Book Award for Inspirational Memoir.

The book has inspired people who normally find it difficult to connect with their spiritual side, people that haven’t been able to meditate or even do yoga. In this regard, Harris makes them feel understood.

It helps these people not to focus 100% of their time on work and create a balance on how they perceive the events in their lives which has helped them obtain a more calmed mind and hence, a happier way of living their lives.

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