A question for ya: Books about happiness at work

QuestionSay, I’ve been hankering to read some good books about happiness at work.

You can see my top 10 favorite books so far here (fiction and non-fiction), with my reviews. Hmmmm… that list is from 2004 – gotta update it soon.

Can you recommend some more great ones? Write a comment!

If you’d like to recommend a really great novel as well, don’t hold yourself back :o)

6 thoughts on “A question for ya: Books about happiness at work”

  1. Hi Alexander. As I briefly mentioned when we met at CBAF earlier, my absolute favourite in this area would be an Aussie dentist called Paddi Lund. He has written

  2. Hi Alex,
    I’ve been reading your blog all days since june, but I never wrote any comment. I don’t know why, but today I woke up in a good mood, and I thought, today is the day to contribute! I don’t have any book about hapiness to recommend, although I have discovered a nice ‘tool’ to share our hapiness, it is a Yahoo Widget . So, that’s my contribution for today, and I promess be more active here. =D Congratulations for your work, your blog, your book, your ideas and whatever else, and sorry for my poor English. =\

    Have a nice day!!!

  3. Oh…
    the link to Yahoo Widget(Widget of Happiness) was removed from my comment! =(
    Let me try again, widget.yahoo.com/gallery/view.php?widget=40867.
    Sorry for flood your comments pool, but it is a really nice widget.

  4. Hi Alex you have good collection. If you get a chance, try to read “The power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle. Very interesting. Viji

  5. I’ll second the The Radical Leap and The Radical Edge. Very nice books! Easy to read, hard to lay down and very inspiring! Not so presumptuous after all :-)

  6. Michael: Thanks for the tip on Paddi. I checked him out and it sounds fantastic. I’ll be reading him!

    Matt: That’s a cool widget – thanks for the tip. Oh, and thanks for reading!!

    Viji: I have that one, I just haven’t read it yet. Many people seem to like it, but it didn’t grab me when I tried to read it. I may have to try again :)

    Steve: Not at all presumptuous – thanks for the tips. I’ll be reading those too :o)

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