Your Most Amazing Day Yet

Our days often seesaw betweenthe good times and the bad, both emotionally and physically. So why do some days feel better than others, and do we have any control over this?

Mango farmer and psychology enthusiast Charlie Bell, BSc, has investigated the root causes of life’s daily ups and downs. Drawing from the latest psychological studies, he has condensed the best positive practices into an easy-to-follow guide.

In this book you will learn how to:

  • Take small daily steps that guarantee big life changes
  • Build beneficial and reliable habits
  • Gain clarity of thought and razor-sharp focus
  • Maximize your physical energy and wellbeing
  • Actively start chasing your heart’s desire
  • And regain control of your life’s direction.

This proven path to a brighter future starts with only a few minutes of your time, and best of all you can start immediately. This book is all you need to rise up and stay on top of your game. Your most amazing day yet awaits.

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Meet Charlie Bell

Charlie Bell was born in Yorkshire, UK, and spent much of his youth reading as many sci-fi and horror books as possible. His intrigue with the human mind first took root while he was at Repton School in Derbyshire. He continued his education at Portsmouth University studying for a Psychology BSc degree. This is where he fell in love with the fascinating world of human psychology.

Charlie’s career has been as varied as his taste in international cuisine. In his younger years, he worked as a barman, a mystery shopper, and a hospital porter. He has also enjoyed long careers in both marketing and real estate in Central London.

Now living in southern Spain, he currently splits his time between working as a mango farmer and writing books. “Your Most Amazing Day Yet” is his first publication and he promises that it won’t be the last.

When he is not juggling mangoes, literally and figuratively, he enjoys the tranquility of the Andalusian countryside with his husband and cat.

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