Me myself and i book
Me, Myself and Us: The Science of Personality and the Art of Well-being | Dr. Brian R. LittleThis insightful, simple and easy-to-read book shows you:. Customize this book for your next event! Place your logo on the front cover and it becomes a compelling gift for your next event or a marketing tool for your organization! Provides Clarity With many changes occurring in our lives, an individual may be looking for direction and a different perspective. Lisa's book can provide some clarity with the changes one is going through. Through the examples Lisa provides, the reader will gain a better insight into their purpose in life.
Me, Myself, and I
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How does your personality shape your life… and what, if anything, can you do about it? Are you hardwired for happiness, or born to brood? Would you be happier, or just less socially adept, if you were less concerned about what other people thought of you? In the past few decades, new scientific research has transformed old ideas about the nature of human personality. Renowned professor and pioneering research psychologist Brian R. Little has been at the leading edge of this new science. He considers what our personalities portend for our health and success, and the extent to which our well-being depends on the personal projects we pursue.
Rate this book. A fresh, funny and heart-wrenching story about human connection and the power of friendship. For Denis Murphy, life is fine. He carefully avoids physical human contact and social situations, and sticks to a strict daily routine. It's his way of coping with the tragedy that changed his life seven years ago.