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The Happiest Life Seven Gifts, Seven Givers, and the Secret to Genuine Success
By Hugh Hewitt
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 8/1 shoppingkim wrote: Book by Hugh Hewitt. Review by Kim: Since learning that I need to be happy myself before making others happy, Hugh Hewitt offers non-tangible (that are free!) gifts (encouragement, energy, enthusiasm, empathy, good humor, graciousness and gratitude) to improve the lives of both the giver and the receiver. ... The Happiest Life: Seven Gifts, Seven Givers, and the Secret to Genuine Success
On 5/19 Brandon Kraft wrote: The premise is so good. Solid reminders of seven gifts and seven givers that really matter in life are important and should be conveyed to a wider audience. The book, too, had a great number of diverse people recommending it in the book's fodder. I wanted to write a good review for it. I really did. ... The Happiest Life: Not Bad, but Misses The Mark
On 5/8 Gingi Freeman wrote: I had a really hard time getting through this book. At first, it started kind of slow, but still stuck to the point of “steps to happiness”. Hugh Hewitt introduces himself, explains his purpose and book outline, and while there was a bit too much name dropping and self-importance for my taste, the ... More Autobiographical Rambling Than Actual Insight or Information..
On 4/26 Jennifer DuBois wrote: In some combination of the self-help, memoir, and Christian living genres, Hugh Hewitt's The Happiest Life will likely appeal to a variety of readers but perhaps tempered by that diversity in tone. The book's subtitle "Seven Gifts, Seven Givers, and the Secret of Genuine Success" clearly lays out the ... Book Review: The Happiest Life
On 4/13 teacherreader44 wrote: If read from the perspective given in the introduction – that this book is a gift to the author’s children – it is tolerable. It reads as an autobiography and displays anything but humility from the author. As promised on the cover of his book, Hewitt addresses seven gifts and seven givers. Each ... Reading a list of the gifts is sufficient
On 4/12 Tasha's Mom wrote: Hugh Hewitt's presentation of the seven gifts and givers takes one's eyes off the materialism that is so prevalent in today's society. The REAL gifts are not shoes and electronics, they are encouragement, energy, enthusiasm, empathy, good humor, graciousness, and gratitude. These are gifts that cost ... Living a life with meaning will lead to happiness...
On 3/12 Danny Conner wrote: With a title like The Happiest Life what is not to love? Well the truth is that often times in the “Christian World” we are told to never seek after happiness and any book about the subject is by nature UNBIBLICAL. But what if God does care about our happiness? And more importantly what if that happiness ... A Remix Review on the Happiest Life by Hugh Hewitt
On 3/7 karensramblings wrote: The Happiest Life, Seven Gifts, Seven Givers, and the Secret to Genuine Success by Hugh Hewitt was an interesting read. Hugh Hewitt is host of the nationally syndicated Hugh Hewitt show; although I admit that I had not heard his name before reading this book. Along with the points he was making, there ... The Happiest Life
On 2/28 Kevin wrote: Besides the seven gifts, we read about the seven givers (spouses, parents, teachers, coworkers...). These are relationships in which we have the best opportunity to be givers. Hewitt then moves on to the Greatest Giver--God. A right relationship with, or understanding of God will move people to love ... The happiest life!
On 2/28 Whitney Jordan wrote: I recently readThe Happiest LifeSeven gifts, Seven Givers & the Secret To Genuine Success by Hugh Hewitt The book was enjoyable and an easy read. The idea of seven gifts and givers had really easy application to everyday life. I got a little lost in all of the name dropping of famous ... Working Towards My Happiest Life