Author's new book, Thank you, explains how practicing an attitude of gratitude can improve happiness
People who cultivate an attitude of gratitude can increase their happiness levels by 25% according to scientific research as well as being rewarded with other personal benefits.
Although it is not always possible to control what happens, it is possible to choose the way we react to things. Liggy writes that there are so many ways to appreciate our lives even in the most challenging times. She has the philosophy that in every difficult situation lies opportunity.
From the author of The Happy Handbook & How to Work Wonders, Liggy Webb’s latest book with Grosvenor House Publishing aims to motivate and inspire readers to look at their life from a totally different perspective.
It is filled with practical tips, recent research, anecdotal stories, inspirational quotes and a gratitude journal to give readers information to work to appreciate life and improve their happiness levels.
“Liggy Webb has written a powerful book that shows you how to enjoy becoming a better person.” Edward de Bono
“Thank You is a stimulating and inspirational book. I loved it and it will enhance countless lives with joy and happiness, mine included.” Richard Denny
“Here is a book that takes what is so often a perfunctory phrase and distils from it an essence you’d not believe.” James Clarke
The new book is out on the 1st November 2011.
Liggy Webb is the founding director of The Learning Architect and as an experienced learning and development professional she has amassed over twenty years of experience in this field.
Liggy has worked with a wide range of organisations including the United Nations, NHS, Thomson Reuters, Lloyds TSB, British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, ASDA,David Lloyd, Thames Valley Police, TUI and P & O Cruises. She is widely respected as a leading expert in the field of Modern Life Skills and Workplace Wellness.
As a presenter, consultant and author she is passionate about her work and improving the quality of people's lives. She is regularly asked to speak at conferences and high profile events and is an author and also contributes to various industry publications.
As a consultant with the United Nations she travels extensively and has recently returned from Afghanistan which she describes as her biggest life education to date!
Name: Elizabeth Webb
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