The birth (launch) of each book is unique. Today I announce the birth of my twelfth book and as for each of the ones before I am excited and…scared. 😉
For Self-Gamification Happiness Formula: How to Turn Your Life into Fun Games, this is, even more, the case because I hope it will empower its readers to find back into their creative flow, into their creative and happy state of mind. I am convinced it has this potential, but I can’t say for sure how it will be received.
So I am letting it out there and invite you to check it out.
You can find the book page (and the book’s description) by clicking on the link and the picture above or by clicking one of the links on Amazon depending on what format you are interested in:
Here is one of the merriest houses I have ever seen (Hundertwasser House in Magdeburg). That is why I decided to use this picture for this post.
Today I want to share a joke that might be known to many of you, but I discovered it recently as I wrote and revised my new book Self-Gamification Happiness Formula: How to Turn Your Life into Fun Games. In one of the chapters, I use the Uncertainty Principle as an analogy. One of the readers of the early versions of the book shared this joke with me. Here it goes:
Heisenberg is flagged down by a traffic policeman “Professor Heisenberg, did you know you were doing 83 mph?” to which Heisenberg replies, “Great, now I don’t know where I am.” 😀
Have a fun and happy (even if it might be uncertain or even because of it) day!
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