The Wisdom of Groundhog Day: How to Improve Your Life One Day at a Time

Author(s): Paul Hannam

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As heard on Chris Evans' Radio 2 Breakfast Show With a foreword by Danny Rubin, screenwriter of Groundhog Day Paul Hannam has developed a programme based on the hidden, underlying roadmap to freedom found in the film Groundhog Day. Using research-based techniques, you will learn how to take control of your day, remove the blinkers and actually see and experience the real world around you, which will in turn enable you to let go of the past and achieve new levels of success. You will learn how to focus on and appreciate the things that truly matter: time, security, mental health and authentic happiness, and discover a life of joy and fulfilment - rather than just going through the motions. The story of the film Groundhog Day is used here as a parable for change. This book is aimed at anyone who is sleepwalking through life, is trapped by routine and needs a major wake-up call. No more cruising on autopilot - make every day amazing. Turn every day into the best day of your life.


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Turns out Groundhog Day was more than an entertaining film, its underlying philosophical ideas have become the structure for Hannam's book. Easy to understand, you don't need to have seen the film to follow along. Will put you in a great frame of mind.

Elisa, Book Grocer

Paul Hannam has a wide range of experience as a writer, entrepreneur, academic, consultant and a powerful motivational platform speaker. Paul has taught a range of courses on psychology and business for 20 years, and was an Adjunct Fellow at Linacre College, Oxford University, where he taught Organizational Behaviour and related programs. Today, Paul lives in the UK and owns a number of websites dedicated to improving people's lives, our society and the planet.

General Fields

  • : 9781473619197
  • : Hodder & Stoughton
  • : Yellow Kite
  • : January 2016
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Paul Hannam
  • : Paperback
  • : 288