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The Happiness of Simple

Making Connections Between Happiness, Simplicity, and Productivity

I invite you to read this free book. There is no signup form. You don’t have to give me your email address. Just click on the PDF link and it is yours for free.

The book discusses practical ways to live a happier life through living with intentional simplicity. I teach you how living a simple life can lead to living a more productive life.

It’s a must have for leaders, creatives, and anyone who wishes to live a happy, simple, and productive life.

The Happiness of Simple

Part One: Happiness

The Promise

The Problem is Complex

The Dilemma

You’re Trying Too Hard

Don’t Overfill Your Plate

People Will Always Fail

Happiness Is Not External

Avoidance Is Dangerous

Review

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Part Two: Simplicity

Getting Back To Basics

The Fear Of Not Enough

Rethink Your Needs

Rethink Your Activities

Stop Throwing Your Money Away

Unplug

Get Back To Nature

Spend More Time In The Kitchen

Create More Space

Review

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Part Three: Productivity

Your Slate Is Ready

The Discipline Connection

The Passion Connection

Share The Wealth

About The Author

Thank you for letting me be your teacher through sharing my journey with you. I wish you happiness, simplicity, and productivity. – Dan Erickson

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4 Comments

  1. Dan, great book! I was having a crummy day yesterday and decided to read it (in one sitting as recommended). Right after I finished your book I got up and went the the gym and worked out (I was struggling to get motivated yesterday). But it also made me change my perspective on other events of the day.

    This is one of those books that everyone should read and not just once. I’ll read it again in a few months just to keep perspective on stuff.

    1. Thanks, Al. I’m glad it helped to provide a little motivation. I wrote the first draft of the book in one sitting, so I figured it could be read in one sitting, too.

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