Are you tired of chasing happiness through material success and still feeling unfulfilled?
Do you find yourself waiting for the perfect motivation to be happy?
What if you are told that the key to happiness is not motivation but something else...?
In "How to be the Happiest Ape" we challenge the ‘myth of motivation’ and introduce you to that ONE radical idea you need to be truly happy.
With real-life examples and scientific research, practical tools and the groundbreaking approach of the APE™ graph, this book helps you diagnose your true potential and align it with realistic expectations to achieve sustained happiness and contentment.
No matter who you are, it's time to break free from the external benchmark of success and discover the secrets to a fulfilled life to become the happiest APE™.
A management professional in the human clinical trials industry, for more than two decades, Sourabh De also doubles up as an amateur astronomer, archeologist, historian, wildlife travel enthusiast and a certified corporate and productivity coach.
Drawing on his expertise in managing mega-teams across diverse age groups and interests, Sourabh's writing is known for its practicality, relevance, and deep insights. He demonstrates his passion for helping others through his work as a Productivity and Consistency coach for a wide cross-section of individuals from various walks of life. Thousands of hours of those conversations are instrumental in shaping his own thoughts and driving him to a clarity of purpose.
His success as a management professional, an author, and coach makes him an authority in the study of happiness and satisfaction. The book, ‘How to be the happiest APE’ is a must-read for anyone looking to unlock their full potential and achieve their goals with purpose, determination and above all, contentment.
The basic premise is that ALL one needs is Consistency to find sustained satisfaction and fulfilment in ANY sphere of life.
His first book, ‘Time Travel: To the Edge of History’ (2021), acquired an impressive following because of its detailing and life like experiences of a father-daughter duo travelling and tracing the history of mankind over 3 million years.