Author Archive for: Jonathan Robinson
Jonathan Robinson is a psychotherapist, author of 10 books and a professional speaker from Northern California. He has reached over 250 million people with his books, seminars and media appearances. Jonathan has made numerous appearances on Oprah and CNN, as well as other national TV shows. His work has been featured in USA Today, Newsweek, Reader's Digest, Cosmopolitan, and dozens of other publications. His specialty is teaching people incredibly quick and powerful methods to help them add quality and depth to their daily lives.
Jonathan's newest book is Find Happiness Now: 50 Shortcuts for Bringing More Love, Balance, and Joy Into Your Life. He also has written two other New York Times bestsellers, The Little Book of Big Questions and Communication Miracles for Couples. In addition, Jonathan is the author of the audio course, "Deeper Happiness: One Month to a Lifetime of Greater Fulfillment." On his website, FindingHappiness.com, Jonathan offers free audio downloads and articles about how to find greater happiness and personal fulfillment.
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Entries by Jonathan Robinson
In my opinion, there is one thing that is much more important than anything else: learning to be happy and fulfilled in your life. Truly happy people tend to be richer, more giving, more productive, and even a lot healthier than everyone else. So how can you easily become much happier in this fast paced, crazy world we live in? Fortunately there are many simple, powerful methods that can make a dramatic difference in your level of happiness. In fact, some methods that take only a minute a day, have been proven to have more effect on your level of… Read more.
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