Academic Says Making Consumer Complaints Is GOOD For You!

Is complaining a way to deep inner-happiness? Well according to a new book called, Money and Happiness (The Scientific Way), making consumer complaints is good for you. The author, Dr. L V George (PhD), claims that complaining is a great chance to learn how to put forward a strong argument, practice your negotiation skills and learn how to manoeuvre yourself around complex bureaucratic company policies.

The rationale behind this is that moments of genuine customer dissatisfaction present opportunities to learn how to assert yourself and also develop better interpersonal/negotiation skills that will come in handy when you need to ask for a higher salary, buy a car or negotiate a new mortgage rate. 

The basis for linking money and happiness is the groundbreaking study conducted by Nobel Prize winning academics at Princeton University in relation to whether money can in fact equal happiness. The research concludes with the figure of $75k/year as the optimal amount for achieving a certain level of surface happiness because it gives you sufficient material wealth and financial stability. As a result, the book not only outlines a series of scientifically proven ways to become a happier person but, uniquely, it also shows you unconventional (yet highly effective) life hacks for more financial freedom in order to help you get closer to the optimal $75k/year. It claims that making valid consumer complaints is just one opportunity to learn the basic skills required to always get the most value for your money. 

Other surprising scientific insights you will find in this book:

  • What top academics say about ‘faking’ your way to success?
  • Scientifically proven life hacks that can literally re-shape your brain for happiness.
  • Why university researchers think failure is awesome.
  • Can money equal happiness? The answer is not as obvious as you might think…
  • How de-cluttering your home and lifestyle reduces stress to the brain and increases creativity.  

Kindle FREE 5 DAY DOWNLOAD promo start date: Tuesday 7th July 2015 – if you enjoy the book please leave a review. The first 3 Kindle reviewers will receive a complimentary signed paperback copy

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