We live in an era of satisfied expectations, yet more is never enough. This book is about the greatest conspiracy that's ever been propagated on American soil: The American Dream. Today more people are living the American Dream than ever before, yet those people are clearly not happy. Rich, successful celebrities attempt suicide or go off the deep end with drugs, alcohol, or sex. Millionaires go bankrupt vying for ever bigger houses or fortunes. Why aren't we ever satisfied? According to psychologists, happiness can be described as one of be two things: getting what you want, and/or; wanting what you get. In fact, a new science has developed around happiness, a discipline called 'positive psychology', and it is now being taught at Ivy League universities. Robert Mack distils those teachings and theories into a practical and entertaining book that describes how readers can understand and experience happiness, starting with their own habits and beliefs. Robert Mack gives readers a road map to become happier by starting where they are with what they have. He offers several approaches to happiness, acknowledging that this is not a 'one size fits all' proposition.
And then he goes above and beyond that to show them how to attract the life of your dreams. "Happiness from the Inside Out" goes beyond the simplistic approach of books such as "The Secret" to describe the habits that make people happy. Written from the perspective of a celebrity coach and positive psychologist with a spiritual bent, the book is uniquely innovative. It blends the scientific with the spiritual in ways that make the book readable and appealing for a wide, material, and even celebrity conscious, audience. The focus is clearly on a spiritual solution grounded in scientific evidence.
Robert Mack has been many things in his life, including a corporate consultant, a professional model, an actor, and a life coach. After several years working as a consultant and executive coach for Deloitte & Touche, he returned to school to earn a master s degree in applied positive psychology (MAPP). He has appeared in numerous television commercials and magazines, as well as on the Today show, The CBS Early Show, South Beach, and MTV s Fashionably Loud. The resident life coach for the Miami Life Center, Rob offers seminars and workshops and works with private clients, coaching them toward wealthier, healthier, and happier lives. He lives in Miami Beach."