In this book, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff, the author begins to throw light on life itself, giving people a reason behind their existence, helping them to live a fuller life.
Summary Of The Book
This book, Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff, contains a number of short essays, which are written with the intention of providing the readers with simple tips to have a more peaceful outlook in life. Through the course of the book, the author reiterates that each individual can make a significant change for the better, in his or her own personal life.
Some of the issues which the author tackles, include criticism, unwillingness to accept being at fault, questioning the long-term effects of present decisions. The author not only throws light on these issues, but gives the readers key insight into overcoming this kind of behavior in time to come. He also tells the readers that they should have a good attitude towards other people, helping them out in trouble, without publicizing it at all.
The author guides the readers into making decisions that will cause them to be stress-free and enjoy their life. This book is definitely worth a read. The advice offered in it is simple and can be put into practice by people of various age groups, all over the world.
About Richard Carlson
Born on the 16th Of May 1961, the author of this book, Richard Carlson, was one of the world’s best experts in the area of beating stress, and keeping happy in all circumstances.
Apart from this book, the author has published several other books. Some of the books written by the author include Easier Than You Think…Because Life Doesn’t Have To Be So Hard, An Hour to Live, an Hour to Love: The True Story of the Best Gift Ever Given, What About the Big Stuff?: Finding Strength and Moving Forward When the Stakes Are High and Don’t Get Scrooged: How To Thrive In A World Full Of Obnoxious, Incompetent, Arrogant, and Downright Mean-Spirited People.
The author published a great deal of literature and appeared on a number of television programs due to the large acceptance of his teachings. The books written by the Carlson have been translated into nearly 30 languages, and have been sold in more than 130 countries. Presently, there are 26 million copies of his books in print. The author passed away on the 13th of December, 2006.
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