Author: David M. Jacobson
ISBN 978-1-60264-037-5 (softcover)
"The 7 1/2 Habits of Highly Humorous People" is an easy and fun book to read. The practical applications on how to improve your sense of humor make this a 'keeper.' This book reveals the mysteries to improving your sense of humor to be happier, healthier, have better relationships and make you a highly humorous person.
This funny, uplifting and endearing book will teach you the secrets of using humor to decrease stress, cope with adversity and enhance the good times.
It tells the story of one man's rise from the depths of illness and chronic pain to the heights of success attributable to his daily humor habits. He explains his discovery of how the simple use of HUMOR can transform your life and the world you live in.
This book begins your journey of enhancing your Humor Horizons. James Brown "felt good," and so will you when you read this book and change the course of your life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David M. Jacobson, MSW, LCSW, author, poet, professional speaker and social worker, former college of medicine instructor and former national director of training, has seen and been through more than many have in a lifetime. Perhaps that's why he was the recipient of a President's Award from Flashnet Marketing, a Joy Mask from the Korean Broadcasting System and both a Lifetime Achievement Award and a National Hero Overcoming Arthritis Award from the Arthritis Foundation.
As a child he suffered the tremendous loss of his father. In his late teens, he was an exceptionally strong varsity wrestler. In his early twenties, the young athlete had a second degree brown belt in Judo and had dreams of an Olympic career. At twenty-two he was diagnosed with a debilitating form of severe arthritis that put him in a wheelchair and fused many of his joints. His weight dropped from 136 to 112. From fused bones to funny bones, ten years later, he accomplished an award winning fifty-mile unicycle ride! His life purpose is now to share his discovery of how humor made his world better and can make the world a better place for you and everyone else too.
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