Harry Hoover’s latest book is Get Glad – Your Practical Guide To A Happier Life.
In it, Harry argues that getting happier isn’t that hard. This personal development book leads you through scientifically proven ways to become a little bit happier day-by-day. You’ve probably read other self-help books whose programs were too difficult to implement. This life-changing, motivational book will help you in your personal growth. Get Glad outlines simple, practical step-by-step journey down the road toward happiness.
Here’s what readers are saying about it:
A book for the everyday person, it was uplifting and so easy to apply to my life. The advanced copy I received was worth the quick read. It was short, and easy to read which made all the applications to gain a happier life simple and straightforward. There isn’t a person I know that wouldn’t gain something from this book, and BONUS there is a wine guide in there! Even after a month of reading this I still do most things in the book, and happier I am!
Harry Hoover hits the nail on the head with this straightforward guide to improving your outlook on daily life. I received an advanced copy of the book, and I am certainly glad I did. It came at an opportune time, when I really needed a plan for pulling myself out of a series of events that had me down. Harry’s book helps you set attainable goals with simple, trackable steps that keep you accountable. This isn’t a read that will mire you down in a never-ending onslaught of psycho-babble. This is a down-to-earth, real world way to improve your outlook.
Harry’s book made me happy! It is indeed practical, with very useful tips on how to improve your happiness. It is encouraging to know that there are steps you can take, that anyone can take, to improve your outlook on life and general well being. I’d encourage everyone to not only read the book, but live it.
Harry’s practical approach to getting glad is straight forward, inspiring, and empowering. Harry has built an effortless and FUN! roadmap to achieve and maintain happiness. This is a must read for all…I’m so ‘glad’ I did.