10% Happier 10th Anniversary: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works--A Tr

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About the Author

Dan Harris is host of the 10% Happier Podcast. For 21 years, he worked at ABC News, where he was the co-anchor of Nightline and the weekend editions of Good Morning America. He also reported from all over the world, including war zones and presidential campaigns. Before joining ABC, he worked for local news outlets in Boston and Maine. He lives in New York with his wife, son, and a gaggle of rescue cats.


"With startling, provocative, and often very funny candor, Dan Harris tells the story of why he urgently needed to tame the strident voice in his head, and how he did it. His argument for the power of mindfulness--which he bases both on cutting-edge science and his own hard-won experience--will convince even the most skeptical reader of meditation's potential." -- Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project

"10% Happier is useful, helpful, and hilarious. And if you are skeptical about meditating at all, know that Dan Harris was the biggest skeptic of all." -- Hugh Jackman

"An enormously smart, clear-eyed, brave-hearted, and quite personal look at the benefits of meditation that offers new insights as to how this ancient practice can help modern lives while avoiding the pitfall of cliché. This is a book that will help people, simply put. I know a lot of very powerful, very stressed-out, type-A personalities who will be getting this book from me as a gift this year." -- Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love

"10% Happier is a spiritual adventure from a master storyteller. Mindfulness can make you happier. Read this to find out how." -- George Stephanopoulos

"Harris's journey of discovery brought back lessons for all of us about our lives, too." -- Diane Sawyer

This brilliant, humble, funny story shows how one man found a way to navigate the non-stop stresses and demands of modern life and back to humanity by finally learning to sit around doing nothing. -- Colin Beavan, author of No Impact Man

"In 10% Happier, Dan Harris describes in fascinating detail the stresses of working as a news correspondent and the relief he has found through the practice of meditation. This is an extremely brave, funny, and insightful book. Every ambitious person should read it." -- Sam Harris, author of The End of Faith

A compellingly honest, delightfully interesting, and at times heart-warming story of one highly intelligent man's life-changing journey towards a deeper understanding of what makes us our very best selves. As Dan's meditation practice deepens, I look forward to him being at least 11% happier, or more. -- Chade-Meng Tan, author of Search Inside Yourself

Part-science, part-memoir, and part self-help, Harris outlines specific ways he learned to, well, chill the f#%k out. -- GQ

"A self-help guide even skeptics will embrace . . . Harris crushes stereotypes about meditation and recounts how it slashed his stress and quieted his anxious mind." -- Parade

Revealing . . . I'd recommend this to anyone. -- USA Today, Pop Candy

Harris never loses his sense of humor as he affably spotlights one man's quest for internal serenity while concurrently navigating the slings and arrows of a hard-won career in the contemporary media spotlight. Friendly, practical advocacy for the power of mindfulness and enlightenment. -- Kirkus Reviews

"Lively . . . part reporting, part personal experience . . . By letting us hear the voice in his head - before and after he starts meditating--Harris makes a convincing case that if he can do it, we can, too." -- Richmond Times-Dispatch

Nightline co-anchor Dan Harris is an unlikely ambassador for mindfulness, but his new book . . . might be just the thing that gets people to unplug and recognize that all this multitasking is making us miserable and unhealthy. -- xoJane