eBook The Optimist: One Man's Search for the Brighter Side of Life download
by Laurence Shorter
Author: Laurence Shorter
Publisher: Anchor Canada (December 29, 2009)
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I liked reading about Laurence Shorter's journey towards an improved definition of optimism and how to achieve i.
I liked reading about Laurence Shorter's journey towards an improved definition of optimism and how to achieve it. His down-to-earth approach is very relatable and no detail is left unexplored. While I can usually appreciate British sense of humour, there were some points when I wasn't sure if he was trying to be funny or not.
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Laurence Shorter (born 1970) is an author and comedian who lives in London.
Laurence Shorter is treading on thin ice. We're only a couple of weeks into 2009 and things are already looking . Then along comes Shorter, calling himself The Optimist. We're only a couple of weeks into 2009 and things are already looking decidedly bleak. Our "frightening" economic decline. And he's written a whole book to prove that everything will be all right. But despite the title, this is not the sort of Californian-style claptrap found on the self-help shelves, and the author isn't irritatingly sorted. We join him at a low point.
The Optimist' charts Laurence's quest for inner happiness, providing a life-affirming stand against the grind of everyday strife. ISBN13: 9781847670618. Release Date: January 2009.
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When it comes to bad news, we’ve never had it so good. Laurence Shorter is feeling anxious
Published January 13, 2009 by Doubleday Canada About the Book. When it comes to bad news, we’ve never had it so good. Laurence Shorter is feeling anxious. Every time he turns on the radio or opens a newspaper he finds another reason to be tearful. It’s time to make a change. It’s time to meet some positive thinkers. The Optimist charts Laurence’s quest for inner happiness. Can Desmond Tutu bring a smile to Laurence’s face? Will he ride out the tide of pessimism with California’s famous Surfing Rabbi?
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