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Ikigai is the philosophy, longevity, happiness and self-help book that shares the proven techniques and methods to improve our life. Hector Garcia and Francesc Miralles are the authors of this tremendous book. Hector is a software engineer who born and lives in Japan. He did a lot of research to write this master piece for the people to change their life. Francesc is the bestselling author in the New York Times who also won multiple awards on his writing. He is known for his self-help books and also works as an editor, ghostwriter, and story writer. Ikigia has a specific meaning in Japanese which means that a reason to live.

Ikigai by Hector Garcia PDF

Japanese people think that everyone has Ikigia which makes their life better and give them the courage to work hard. Ikigia can become more effective when we have the same passion, professional and mission. It provides them a way to enjoy and remain active in their life. Ikigia helps us to find real purpose in life. Further, this guide contains the interviews of the successful people who made their way successfully in the world. Interview with the people who lived healthily for more than 100 years with their secrets. What they eat, how they live and how they move

Details About Ikigai by Hector Garcia

  • Name: Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life
  • Authors: Hector Garcia
  • Publish Date: August 29, 2017
  • Language: English
  • Genre: Happiness, Self-Help, Longevity, and Philosophy
  • Format: PDF/ePub
  • Size: 14  MB
  • Pages: 208
  • Price: Free
  • ISBN: 0143130722

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