Be Brilliant Every Day A Simple Book Packed With Information
Give Me The Basics – Be Brilliant Every Day A Simple Book Packed With InformationBe Brilliant Every Day is the follow-up book to [Andy Cope and Andy Whittaker](http://www.artofbrilliance.co.uk/) to their previous outing The Art of Being Brilliant. The books like previous books offer a great introduction to positive psychology making sure that it can be understood by lots of people. However this book is more about tinkering your actions to have a more positive approach to life.
What Do You Like – Its Fun & Easy Going Style
The book that tries not to take itself too seriously and is written in fun and easy going style. The one thing I have always liked about the Brilliant Series books is the fact you can pick them up they provide a confidence or positivity boost. A simple book packed with lots of information
I’ve always admired the two Andys as it was Andy Cope who introduced me to the world of positive psychology after he ran a session at my work a few years back. The book works well as it less about positive thinking and more about why we act in certain ways
Give Me The Lowdown On One Concept From The Book – Not Self-improvement But Self-remembering
The book is not about teaching you something new but reminding you what the little voice in your head says to you. The book is less about self-improvement and more about self-remembering. It is about remembering that you are brilliant you just need “start being brilliant a bit more”.## Give Me One Quote From The Book – Call Me The Tinker Man
A quote that I like is about the Tinker Man. I like this quote as I am the kind of person that always tries and tinkers with the way I approach things to improve my process and workflow.
“Chelsea Football Club used to have a manager called Claudio Ranieri, affectionately known as ‘The Tinker Man’. He kept tweaking the team, looking for small improvements.
And I guess this book is similar. It’s for the tinkerers – the ones who dare to tweak and change things about themselves in the quest to be better. It’s also for those who’ve read other personal development books and found them too earnest, difficult, pious or simple. It’s for those who want to seize the moment, who are not afraid of hard work and who refuse to snuggle down on the wonderfully inviting bed of excuses”
What Do You Rate The Book?
5 Stars –
Do not be put off as it is about positive psychology. Positive psychology both in your home life but also in your workplace has been proven to have a positive benefit. Not only to yourself and your team but also the company you work for. As previously said a simple book packed with lots of information.