There Is No App for Happiness

Finding Joy and Meaning in the Digital Age with Mindfulness, Breathwork, and Yoga

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About The Book

The revolutionary book on discovering your happiest self—now in paperback.

Technology has expanded at such a rate that nearly every aspect of our world has been affected—yet there has been no corresponding expansion of personal happiness. Instead, we find that the wealthiest societies of the world have become depressed, anxious, sleep deprived, and overmedicated.

Max Strom, author of A Life Worth Breathing and global teacher of personal transformation, reveals that we each have internal, human technology capable of empowering our lives and leading us to deeper levels of happiness. In his new book, There Is No App for Happiness, Strom illustrates three imperatives to take back control of our lives.

Imperative One: Self-study. Overcoming our negative presets.

Imperative Two: Live as if your time and your lifespan were the same thing.

Imperative Three: Learn a daily regimen that heals and empowers you, and practice it one hour a day.

Learn that joy and fulfillment require us to be active participants and that we should not strive for a virtual life—but a life truly lived. There Is No App for Happiness will propel you into a new and more meaningful experience of living.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Skyhorse (January 19, 2016)
  • Length: 272 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781634502887

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Raves and Reviews

"There is No App for Happiness is the new playbook for how to survive ... in our modern culture. It served as a great reality check for me personally."
—Kerri Kelly, Executive Director, Off the Mat, Into the World

"In a world where there appears to be an app for everything and many people have more virtual friends than real ones, Max has written a powerful and important book. Highly informative, thought-provoking, empowering and action oriented…a book that can help transform lives and create deep personal connections."
—Russ Nash, former Global Managing Director, Accenture Health Practice

"Direct, practical and accessible. Profound, transcendent and illuminating. Max Strom has authored an important guide to living a more authentic and meaningful 21st century life."
—John W. McBurney, M.D. Integrative Neurologist

"Comprehensive, focused and immediately useful, /i>There is No App for Happiness is an articulate and highly readable synthesis of unique thinking and a framework through which to apply it to everyday life. This should be recommended reading for all leaders and development professionals."
—Travis Southwick, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army

"The marvel of reading Max Strom's book is to be convinced one can follow his three life imperatives to take back control of our lives and the private reality that is the deepest self. It is an astonishing work propelling the reader towards a new and more meaningful experience of living."
—Jeff Carter, Chief Strategist at Eyelock Corporation and author of No-Limit and Sun Tzu's The Art of War for Cancer

"There is No App for Happiness is the new playbook for how to survive ... in our modern culture. It served as a great reality check for me personally."
—Kerri Kelly, Executive Director, Off the Mat, Into the World

"In a world where there appears to be an app for everything and many people have more virtual friends than real ones, Max has written a powerful and important book. Highly informative, thought-provoking, empowering and action oriented…a book that can help transform lives and create deep personal connections."
—Russ Nash, former Global Managing Director, Accenture Health Practice

"Direct, practical and accessible. Profound, transcendent and illuminating. Max Strom has authored an important guide to living a more authentic and meaningful 21st century life."
—John W. McBurney, M.D. Integrative Neurologist

"Comprehensive, focused and immediately useful, /i>There is No App for Happiness is an articulate and highly readable synthesis of unique thinking and a framework through which to apply it to everyday life. This should be recommended reading for all leaders and development professionals."
—Travis Southwick, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army

"The marvel of reading Max Strom's book is to be convinced one can follow his three life imperatives to take back control of our lives and the private reality that is the deepest self. It is an astonishing work propelling the reader towards a new and more meaningful experience of living."
—Jeff Carter, Chief Strategist at Eyelock Corporation and author of No-Limit and Sun Tzu's The Art of War for Cancer

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