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The Process of Happyness

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A lot of people have cracked the concept of happiness partially and separately before me but never the whole thing.
I consider this book to be an organized formula with 7 fragments of a process leading to happiness.
It's short, simple and it's made for humanity altogether.
Kindle Edition, 10 pages
Published September 8th 2017 by Farjani.com (first published September 7th 2017)
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I’m a Self-made, Selfless, Authentic, Accountable human being, I seek & provide Quality, Justice & Team spirit in every step I take.

Here is a secret, The most valuable asset one can own is Progress.

The Mystery behind my constant infinite progress is that I enjoy learning new things on a daily basis, and that’s not all.

The key ingredient for that same progress is how I train my brain to tak
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