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Success Intelligence

Robert Holden

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Prose: non-fiction, Self-help & personal development

Top psychologist and leading self-help author Robert Holden shows us how to stop living faster, learn to live better, and enjoy real success.

What is success We're so busy chasing it that we've lost sight of what it actually means to us. With today's ever-accelerating pace, the expectation of delivering more, faster, has become the norm and we've begun to equate success with busyness. But does busyness really make us successful More importantly, does it make us happy Top corporate speaker and founder of the Happiness Project, Robert Holden, explains that while our permanent busyness may look like success, it doesn't deliver results. It blocks our vision and we lose sight of what is important in work, relationships and life.

Robert shows us how to side-step the fast lane and take a broader perspective. By giving ourselves space to find out the reasons for our busyness, we can stop and consider what it is we really want in life - and make it happen. Written in thematic chapters that move us effectively towards our new life direction, this highly motivational book is full of entertaining stories, wise principles, practical exercises and winning formulas to get us the success and happiness we want, without the struggle and stress that holds us back.

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Praise for Success Intelligence

  • 'Robert is a gifted teacher. His work transforms lives. - Deepak Chopra

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Robert Holden

Robert Holden trained in psychology before starting his Stressbuster Clinics with the NHS. Their incredible success was only outweighed by the Laughter Clinics which, as well as the general public, now attract over 2000 health professionals every year. Robert now also heads the Deep & Meaningful Training Co. which runs tailor-made programmes for industry. He is always in demand for speaking and workshop engagements and is an ever-popular figure with the media.

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