Greenfield, WI (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
In the current economy, many Americans are depending on minimum-wage jobs and dwindling paychecks to make ends meet. As a bartender, blog writer and postal worker, Neil A. Panosian knows this hardworking lifestyle better than anyone - yet he considers himself happier than ever. In "A Happy Life for Busy People" (ISBN 1493620908), readers will find out the results of the author's lifelong search for happiness and positivity as he shares secrets that can apply to anyone, regardless of situation or financial status.
Through his wealth of insight and experience, Panosian shows that happiness has nothing to do with chartering a yacht to a tropical island or shelling out big bucks for a fancy retreat. Instead, it can be found in everyday experiences, whether you're a busy single parent or a blue-collar worker balancing three jobs.
For years, the author has carefully studied the factors that seem to create happiness for him and others, and he discovered just how simple and easy it can be. In this inspirational and fun self-help guide, readers will discover these universal tools and learn just how quickly they can be implemented in their own lives - starting with the simple act of picking up this book.
"I believe in constructive discontent" says Panosian. "I was dismayed with the negativity I saw running rampant in the world today. I decided rather than curse the darkness of negativity, I would light the candle by creating a resource the average individual could use to create more positivity in their world."
"A Happy Life for Busy People" is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author:
Neil A. Panosian is a bartender, blog writer and postal worker who spent the past 20 years working a variety of customer service jobs. He has won several awards for his positivity and friendly demeanor, including the title of "Friendliest Person in Greendale." While working with hundreds of people throughout his career, he has gained a wealth of knowledge about what creates joy and what creates stress in people's lives and has discovered how to develop a happy and inspired life on a working-class budget.
Neil A. Panosian
Phone: (414) 334-6142
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