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WTF Just Happened?: How to Make Better Decisions by Asking Yourself Better Questions
Goodyer, Martin
Independent Thinking Press / Crown House / Softcover / 2017-01-01 / 1785830317
Self Help
price: $22.95 (may be subject to change)
200 pages
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WTF Just Happened? takes an irreverent and pragmatic look at the troubles that most people will experience at some point in life. Everyone has moments when the unanticipated just happens: you get dumped out of the blue, you get fired from the job you need, your sweet child turns into a grunting teenager overnight, and so on. When was your last what-the-funk-just-happened moment? We all have these moments and, unfortunately, few of us respond well. We say and do things that we regret the fact is we don t do ourselves any favors. This collection of cringe-worthy examples explains why this happens and what to do to avoid it happening to you. Each chapter is an opportunity to gain from someone else s pain!

Drawing on scientific research into human behavior and taking the perspective of a behavioral change coach the book offers readers insights into the reasons why people often behave irrationally and suggestions as to how to avoid such behavior themselves. Reading it won t just stop bad things happening but it will help prevent you reacting badly if they do. If you only buy one book to help you handle life s challenges, then make it this one.

About the Author:

Currently researching a PhD, psychologist Martin Goodyer has a fascinating and unique background. As well as managing international hotels, coaching executives in global boardrooms and writing books and papers on coaching, Martin has appeared on ITV's Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie, Channel 4's The Fit Farm and BBC radio in between.

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