The Art of the Good Life: 52 Surprising Shortcuts to Happiness, Wealth, and Success


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Hachette Books
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5.3 X 0.8 X 8.2 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author

Rolf Dobelli is a bestselling writer and entrepreneur. He is the founder of Zurich Minds, a community of some of the world's most famed and distinguished thinkers, scientists, artists, and entrepreneurs, and a cofounder of getAbstract, the world's largest publisher of compressed knowledge. A novelist, sailor, and pilot, he lives in Lucerne, Switzerland.


"Rolf Dobelli offers plenty of food for thought, and writes clearly--stimulating, amusing, brilliant."--Dr. Christoph Franz, former C EO of Lufthansa, Chairman of Roche
"Do you have to read this book? Definitely. It's extremely entertaining and offers a fundamentally sound introduction to the nature of human thought."--Professor Dr. Roland Berger, Founder and Honorary Chairman of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
"Brimming with insights! Anybody who's sick of constantly stumbling into mental traps has got to read this book."--Prof. Iris Bohnet, Harvard
"This book will change your thinking."--Prof. Dan Goldstein, London Business School
"Rolf Dobelli possesses one of Europe's finest minds."--Matt Ridley, author of the Evolution of Everything
"Rolf Dobelli's works are informative, insightful, and accessible. In an age of celebrity ignoramuses, he is a true public intellectual."--Lou Marinoff, Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York
"Rolf Dobelli is a virtuosic synthesizer of ideas. With wit, grace, and precision he melds science and art in his joyful pursuit of wisdom."--Joshua Greene, professor of psychology, Harvard University, and author of Moral Tribes
"Rolf Dobelli possesses the fascinating knack to present modern scientific insights in an inspiring and thrilling way."--Bruno S. Frey, Professor of Economics, University of Basel, and founder of the field of economic happiness research