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Goody Ideas

Go into any bookstore and you will find thousands upon thousands of good ideas competing for your attention.

 

I have a book of goody ideas.

 

What is the difference?

 

Good ideas are practical, such as contributing to a 401K or getting your oil changed according to your car’s vehicle manual. Goody ideas are just for fun. Such as:

 

This is a fun, innovative, and inexpensive collection of ways to reclaim a sense of wonder in life. No matter who you are, there’s a goody idea tailor-made for you.

 

This book is similar to Barbara Ann Kipfer’s 14,000 Things to Be Happy About (only a little shorter list) and H. Jackson Brown’s Life’s Little Instruction Book (only a little more fun!).

 

Goody Ideas for Amazon Kindle

Goody Ideas for Barnes & Noble Nook

Goody Ideas at Smashwords

 

 

It is OK

The world is full – I would say overabundant – with voices and texts telling people what they should do.

 

Far less common is permission on what it is OK to do.

 

It is OK aims to fill that gap. I believe that people have a common-sense intuition of what is OK, but noise from the media, the culture, and sundry traditions prevents them from hearing that gentle voice of reason.

 

Think about it:

 

Many people have secretly thought of these ideas on their own. I just want to give them the extra nudge to show them that they are right after all.

 

This book is for intelligent people of all ages. I have never seen a book like It is OK in any bookstore – its time is now.

 

It is OK for Amazon Kindle

It is OK for Barnes & Noble Nook

It is OK at Smashwords