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expired $0 eBook: Happiness at Work - 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture

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By Jon Kjaer Nielsen, 273 pages, published Dec 19, 2016

Amazon's Description:

Would you describe your workplace as “Happy”?

From the moment you begin each work day, you contribute to its culture. With your behavior, communications and attitude, you can impact your overall happiness and that of your co-workers in the workplace. Taking a few simple and creative actions can all build up to happy workplace culture.

How? This book offers a 100 ways to choose from.

Penned by Jon Kjaer Nielsen, author, international speaker and podcast host of the HappyWays Podcast, "Happiness At Work: 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture" is nothing short of what it claims to be: a manual on how to improve your workplace atmosphere.

Whether you are a CEO looking to improve your firm's workplace culture, a team leader looking to bring your group closer together, or simply a man or woman who wants to improve your own workday, this is a book you can benefit from today.

The author delivers a comprehensive collection of ideas and practical everyday tips, all of which have one clear aim — to create more happiness in your job, office or workplace. Instead of sticking to theory and generality, Nielsen takes a hands-on approach and uses clear, relatable examples as well as fascinating research findings.

"Happiness At Work: 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture" is an invaluable tool anyone could benefit, from entry-level employees to human resources executives and up to the CEOs. Because when it comes down to the workplace, all of these people want the same thing: to be happier.

Last but not least, "Happiness At Work: 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture" is designed and written in a clear-cut and modular way. Each of the 100 chapters presents a clear activity to implement for future benefit, so there is plenty to choose from.

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  • +22 votes
    • work
    • happiness

    Pick one.


      "Neither can live, while the other survives"

    • -2 votes

      Do what you love and you will never work a day in your life OR Find what you love and let it kill you. It can be done.

      • +10 votes

        I tried but no one will pay me to eat pizza, drink coke, watch movies and have wild sex with beautiful supermodels. ;-)

        But seriously: It's actually pretty hard. People change over time so most won't love at 50 what they loved at 20. Finding something you love so much that you can do it 40-60 hours week 48+ out of 52 weeks of the year for 45 years of your life is not an easy thing.


          That's the trick. He said do what you love and you will never work a day in your life. It's still true.



          My point is that you can fall out of love with what you do. And it may have taken quite a bit of training to qualify for doing it.

        • +1 vote

          @syousef: Yeah I agree. I was just replying to the pizza, sex with models part. Haha.

        • +1 vote


          I wasn't serious about the sex with models part…I like my marriage. (But never let that get in the way of a joke).

          I'm not sure if I'm serious about the pizza and coke part :P I think my doctor might have something to say about it :P


    can i ask, how do you search for free books in amazon? whats the method?

  • +10 votes

    I wonder how many people on ozB are like me and collect all these free e-books and never get around to reading them?

    • +9 votes

      Kindle books on my account: 5915. Read: 3.
      Udemy courses signed up for: 2305. Complete: 2.

      Any Questions?

      • +1 vote

        How many eneloops and how many have been discharged?

        • +2 votes

          I have lots of eneloops. Don't have a count for you. But they get plenty of use. In Wii remotes and camera flashes and occasionally kids toys that chew batteries. The only thing that drives me nuts is when my family loses them. They've lost a good 8 or 10.


          @syousef: The first rule of Eneloop Club is don't share your Eneloop's.


      The same amount that collects udemy courses :-)

  • +2 votes

    Should gift one to my boss.


    What about Happiness at Home - 100 Ways to Create a Happy Home Culture

    That's the book i need


    IMO the key to workplace happiness is management putting their ear to the ground themselves (not just touring around site like a politican, or relying on surveys). I worked out the problems within a company within half a day of working there, many of which were never resolved.

    So glad i left, was a learning experience but also a major relief.


      I am guessing you are young? This advice if you bother to take it may save you some pain.

      • Most places are like that. In fact close to all. Moving to avoid bureaucracy or to find a workplace free of problems is a losing strategy. BUT finding one that you can live with and allows you to shine and improve things is not (or at least historically has not been - the work market is tightening.). And sometimes a change can get you out of a rut if a set of problems has started to wear you down.

      • All those wonderful ideas you have for fixing problems would have knock on effects that are not all positive. You'd create a whole new set of problems for the next young guy to come in who thinks they know how to fix them all.

      • Never rubbish an employer if you can avoid it at all. No one new will want to hire you for fear you'll do the same to them.

  • +1 vote

    Irony of this book being in Amazon App Store is too real…


    100 Ways to Create a Happy Home Culture

    1. Get rid of the bullies*

    *except when the bullies are the bosses


    Some women will search for many years before they find a-penis.


    Is there a chapter on etiquette for acting / temporary higher duties? As in, when the boss goes on leave for 5 weeks and your given the opportunity to step up…