There are way too many mediocre self-help books out there, so I took it
upon myself to create something that actually grips you and shakes the dust off!
Redondo Beach, CA (PRWEB) October 26, 2011
When you mix together a handful of street smarts, a lifetime of introspection, a dash of keen observation, a dollop of psychology and five shakes of passion for helping others, what do you get? One heck of a self-help book, entitled, "101 Ways to Bliss: Quick & Easy Tips for Leading a Joyous Life!"
Fledgling author, Angie Anderson, is a shining example of the new wave of vigilante, self-help gurus who are coming out of the woodwork to share their message by way of self-publishing. "Self-publishing has allowed me to create a thoroughly authentic and honest book for people looking to shed their doldrums and create a truly joyful life," she says, "There are way too many mediocre self-help books out there, so I took it upon myself to create something that actually grips you and shakes the dust off!"
The messages within "101 Ways to Bliss: Quick & Easy Tips for Leading a Joyous Life!" are clear, purposeful and highly effective. Within the pages you will find a fresh take on common issues, such as:
Finding your passion
Setting personal boundaries
Living an intentional life
Nurturing your body, mind and soul
Manifesting your dreams
"It's funny, because the topics I write about are pretty basic," says Anderson, "but it's how you tackle them that makes all the difference." This is not a self-help book to be filed away and forgotten, it's an experiential book, which the reader will bring to life as they employ the strategies and tips on a daily basis.
Angie Anderson is a 40-something, life-long student of psychology with a love for writing, a big heart and an even bigger mouth. Her message is inspiring, witty and current.
The book contains original concepts, such as: Having a "nothing day," hugging freely, indulging one's blue moods and avoiding being a "parking lot buzzard." The messages are solid and sensible, yet the approach is a bit unorthodox.
For more information about Angie Anderson and 101 Ways to Bliss!, visit http://www.101WaysToBliss.com