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Happiness
  • Author:
    Caroline Adams Miller MAPP,Dr. Michael B. Frisch
  • ISBN:
    1402779984
  • ISBN13:
    978-1402779985
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  • Publisher:
    Sterling; Csm edition (January 4, 2011)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Happiness
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    4.2
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Creating Your Best Life" by Caroline Miller is a heartfelt book that is akin to having a portable mentor. Pages thirty-six to eighty-five: The mood-boosting effects of "Best Self" journaling are discussed.

Creating Your Best Life" by Caroline Miller is a heartfelt book that is akin to having a portable mentor. This is because "Creating Your Best Life" contains some novel ideas on combining personal dreams with practicality. In a happy way, the "Best Self" exercise reminds me of the "Journal of the Future" exercise listed in "The Vision Board" by Joyce Schwarz.

Creating Your Best Life book. The passion for life lists has spawned an industry that includes thoughtful experts such as Caroline Miller, a life coach and motivational book author, and Dr. Michael Frisch, a positive psychology coach and clinical psychologist at Baylor University.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-268) and index. Designed to help you understand how to set and achieve clear-cut goals while also learning how and why this process can contribute to greater contentment. Why life lists matter - Creating your best possible life lists - Personalizing your goals in sixteen life spheres - Savoring the wins - Life list exercises and worksheets.

Lists motivate us and ensure we don't forget key steps (o. .Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP. Motivational speaker. The Law of the Garbage Truck. Asian Center for Applied Positive Psychology.

Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP. Creating Your Best Life: The Ultimate Life List Guide. Soul Conversations with Anne Herrmann. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 22 May 2012.

Miller & Frisch distinguish their book from the pack. It is nearly impossible to read this book without reflecting on your life goals, what exists in your life that facilitates them, what obstacles get in the way, what successes can you build on from your past, and most interestingly, what occurs on the fringes of conscious awareness that pushes you toward your goals or pulls you away from them.

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Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP, an internationally known coach and speaker on the topic of goals and happiness .

Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP, an internationally known coach and speaker on the topic of goals and happiness, appears regularly on television and in newspapers and magazines. She is a regular happiness expert in the media, as well as an instructor in Positive Psychology at the University of Texas Executive Management School. For 20 years, Dr. Michael B. Frisch has been a professor, Positive Psychology coach and clinical psychologist in Baylor University's department of psychology and neuroscience

Creating Your Best Life: The Ultimate Life List Guide Caroline Adams Miller and Michael B. Frisch. The First 30 Days: Your Guide to Any Change (and Loving Your Life More) Ariane de Bonvoisin.

Creating Your Best Life: The Ultimate Life List Guide Caroline Adams Miller and Michael B. Here’s the Bright Side: Of Failure, Fear, Cancer, Divorce and Other Bum Raps Betty Rollin. Moving Forward: Taking the Lead in Your Life Dave Pelzer. Thinking About Tomorrow: Reinventing Yourself at Midlife Susan Crandell. What Now? Ann Patchett. When You’re Falling, Dive: Lessons in the Art of Living Mark Matousek.

Creating Your Best Life is the only research-based book on the topic of goals and happiness, and it has found receptive audiences worldwide. Filled with interactive exercises and quizzes, it helps readers set and accomplish life list goals and understand the link between goal accomplishment and happiness, also known as Positive Psychology. In a step-by-step fashion, the book teaches readers how to coach themselves on how to set goals in 16 life domains, as well as take control of their environment to maximize their chances of success.

Acebiolane
This is one of my favorite all-time books and I am only a third of the way through it. WARNING it is a simple book that's easy to read. But it's also a book that challenges you to make big changes in your life and think. It excites people who aren't avid readers as well as people who are. It's a game changer, if you actually take it seriously and do the exercises in the book. It's more of an activity book than a novel. It's based in the social sciences and proven techniques. I feel better and like I accomplish something every time that I complete a chapter. I think so highly of it that I am buying it and giving it to loved ones because I think that giving it to them is an act of love. If you aren't a planner it can help you become one and accomplish the things that are most important to YOU in your life. I highly recommend it.
Vizil
This book has changed my life! Very easy to read, organized well, with simple concepts discussed in lamen terms. All needed exercises and worksheets are provided in the index. Love this book, and keep it with me at all times, as to keep my goals on track!
Vetalol
i really enjoyed all of the chapters and the life lists you create in the back of the book. I bought the book to read about positivity, but enjoyed the "list" and "planning" focus.
Bynelad
For those who look to identify, reprioritize, or implement lifetime goals, CREATING YOUR BEST LIFE is an amazing, helpful collection of tools. In fact, it's almost TOO comprehensive, in that it suggests so many lists to create and so many exercises to do that the first chapters become overwhelming. But better to have choices than to feel shortchanged.

I was surprised, however, that there wasn't any attention paid to creating what I'll call a daily "TO DO" list. This is the book to go to if you want to determine goals. It's a little less helpful when it comes to balancing your choices with all of the likely other demands on your time. My wish for more attention to time management might be unfair, given the bounty that Miller and Frisch offer. But at least on my first read through, I was puzzled that this step was missing; it seemed like a logical place for the authors to go. The goal list created here seems to exist in a vacuum.

Still, in the future, when I'm asked to recommend a "happiness" book, there's no question that this would be one of my top choices. You won't regret this purchase.
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Felhann
This book is extremely helpful in planning your life and setting goals. It incorporates the most recent scientific research in positive psychology. It tells you what most happy people have in common, and ways you can raise your own happiness setpoint.

Great book! I'm really enjoying the process of working through each chapater.
Flathan
This is a great book to help guide a bit of introspection. I'm a new empty nester and finally have more time to focus on what I want. I have been reading one chapter each night and I have already put some thoughts into action regarding what I want to accomplish in life and what kind of a person I am. I am trying to build in more time in each day to do the things I love: creative things, things to show I care about others. Great book for starting the new year!
"Creating Your Best Life" by Caroline Miller is a heartfelt book that is akin to having a portable mentor. This is because "Creating Your Best Life" contains some novel ideas on combining personal dreams with practicality. I have been fortunate in being able to live on my own since the age of 19. However, I admit that I have learned various lessons through a combination of trial and error, logic, and intuition. From my humble perspective, "Creating Your Life" includes information that I am thankful to be aware of now, but that I only wish I knew much sooner. The following is a microcosmic sampler of what is discussed from an expansive range of helpful data:
Pages eight to twenty-seven: Michael Phelps and Lou Holtz are two men that are listed as case studies on how they achieve their goals. Miller and Frisch also share tips on building efficacy.
Pages thirty-six to eighty-five: The mood-boosting effects of "Best Self" journaling are discussed. In a happy way, the "Best Self" exercise reminds me of the "Journal of the Future" exercise listed in "The Vision Board" by Joyce Schwarz. There is a feature story regarding what inspired the singer of the Plain White T's to sing "Hey There Delilah." "Goal scrapbooks", "Happiness Houses", and willpower boosters are only a few of the exciting concepts covered in this section.
Pages two hundred and seven to two-hundred and fifty-four: Miller and Frisch share their advice on how to savor life. The suggestion on page 208 to discontinue making upward social comparisons resonated strongly with me. Techniques on personal reinvention on pages 213-220 are also exciting to me. Last, but not least, doing the "Three Blessings" exercise on page 254 boosted my mood.
"Creating Your Best Life" by Caroline Adams Miller and Dr. Michael Frisch is best for those who enjoy having a "portable mentor" and/or reading unique ideas on increasing personal quality of life.