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Your Simple Path - Find Happiness in every step.

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Your Simple Path is an invitation to explore what really brings you Joy, Peace and Happiness.

It hasn't just been written for the enlightened few, but for the ever increasing number of people who are waking up to the fact that there has to be more to life.

It brings ancient wisdom to the modern age.

Written in a concise, contemporary style it will help you find happiness and
Paperback, 144 pages
Published September 11th 2012 (first published August 26th 2012)
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I really enjoyed this book. Yes it's simple, yes there's not much to it, but that's the beauty of it. Ian Tucker's writing really resonated with me. It was warm and from the heart, something I find lacking from many authors nowadays.
I appreciate that many people didn't rate it, and felt they should be told more, but this is a personal journey book, you take from it what you need. It's not designed to tell you what to think, or to give you the answer to life, the universe and everything, it is ju
Callum McLean
The first thing that struck me about this book wasn't the content per se - it was the typesetting. Don't be fooled by the thickness of the book, the author has employed plenty of black space, which does help to create a sense of rhythm in the reading.

Given the title, I expected this to be preachy and somewhat new-agey. To a small extent, this is true - perhaps this is unavoidable when dealing with such matters. However, this dealt with day-to-day matters in a grounded, credible way. That said, I
I recieved this book through Goodreads First Reads.

I gave Your Simple Path 3 stars because although I liked it, I do not feel that this was the book for me. However I can see that the book could be of benefit to other people.

In Your Simple Path, Ian Tucker shares with us not only words of wisdom but some of his own personal experience in an easy to read style. It asks you questions that allow you to challenge what you think, feel or do, so that you recognise that there is perhaps a happier way
Carol Peace
I like these types of books regarding peace and happiness but don't normally give them a great deal of credit. You could say I am a bit cynical but this took me by surprise.
It was such a simple book and wasn't full of things you have to do to change your life it seemed that it gave a new outlook. It came to me at a rather tiring time and I have to say I feel so much better and more open to the changes.
It might not be for everyone but I say it is worth a try.
Kim Sly
Your Simple Path is not a book i would normally reads. However i found the book very interesting and read through it in a matters of days!

The book Your Simple Path gave me a positive outlook and genuinely feel that others who read it will also feel the same.. The book challenges us to think about our own experiences and how we lead our lives!!

Well worth a read
Anneka Gearie
I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads. A great and inspirational read. Some great ideas to implement in my life. Starting to notice the difference after only a couple of days.
Jul 13, 2013 Andy marked it as to-read
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This book is one of the toughest books I have reviewed, because I do not want to be negative as I can see what the author is trying to achieve, yet for me, it sadly fell short of the mark.

The book differs from a typical self-help book in the way that it is meant to be read chronologically, and there are no chapter pointers to go to for specific areas or to flick around the book. I admire the author's ambition in this, but for me, this style just did't quite work, as I don't particularly want to
Lynn O'connor
I enjoyed this because of its simplicity " it does what it says on the cover" the simple path, the meditations were good too, which you can get on you tube.
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Ian Tucker is an inspirational author and speaker who lives in Devon, England.

After spending over twenty years in the corporate world he reached a point in his life and realised that what he had once thought important no longer served him.

Like so many of us, he felt that there just had to be more to life, and this set him on a decade of discovery in search of meaning and his true purpose.

He now sp
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