Heureux comme un Danois




      Heureux comme un Danois
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Malene Rydahl is born and raised in Denmark and has been based in Paris for the past nineteen years.She is the author of the book heureux comme un danois as happy as a Dane published by Grasset in April 2014 For decades Denmark has ranked at the top the world s happiness index Interweaving personal anecdotes and careful research, her book steers clear of any preaching and tackles the ostensible paradox of the Danish model and offers ten easy, entertaining, and thoughtful ways to be happy or at least as happy as a Dane The book won the prize of the most optimistic book in 2014 in FranceShe is currently the Director of Corporate Communications for Hyatt Hotels resorts in Europe Africa and Middle East.She is also part of the advisory committee for the positive and responsible Economy Forum entitled LH Forum , an initiative lead by Jacques Attali under the sponsorship of the President of the French Republic.Mrs Rydahl is also a financial partner in a start up company called 42 Raw, a new healthy fast food concept with 3 current restaurants in Copenhagen The company is about to further expand with future openings in London and Paris and other larger cities in the US and in Europe.

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  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • Heureux comme un Danois
  • Malene Rydahl
  • French
  • 11 December 2019
  • 2246852285

10 thoughts on “ Heureux comme un Danois

  1. Diane S ☔ says:

    3.5 I love reading about the way people live in other countries, how they think, what they believe This was a relatively short book, but packed full of information Why are they so happy So much so that this country is rated first in the world.After reading, and I enjoyed the layout of this book, I think I live in the wrong country The Danes seem to exemplify all of the characteristics I try to follow, that I believe Integrity, honesty, togetherness, importance of family time and3.5 I love reading about the way people live in other countries, how they think, what they believe This was a relatively short book, but packed full of information Why are they so happy So much so that...

  2. Robin says:

    Although this book is about Danish societal values, the 10 secret principles can also be applied to one s personal life to becomecontent Author Rydahl grew up in Denmark and moved to Paris at age 18 to pursue her dream career Raised to be self reliant, practical, and to appreciate others, she tried several jobs before finding her ideal career and lifestyle Her parents, in typical Danish fashion, did not interfere with her decisions and encouraged her to become the person that she Although this book is about Danish societal values, the 10 secret principles can also be applied to one s personal life to becomecontent Author Rydahl grew up in Denmark and moved to Paris at age 18 to pursue her dream career Raised to be self reliant, practical, and to appreciate others, she tried several jobs before finding her ideal career and lifestyle Her parents, in typical Danish fashion, did n...

  3. S says:

    The 3rd one I have read on this topic what can I say It is interesting usually , this rates the lowest Her list of reasons Danes rate as happy rings true though I don t see that they were in any way secrets So there is that And she tries to be evenhanded though this sometimes detracts from the points she is trying to make.However, I had a hard time relegating the fact that the author left as soon as she could and chooses to live somewhere else yes, she has legitimate reasons, but The 3rd one I have read on this topic what can I say It is interesting usually , this rates the lowest Her list of reasons Danes rate as happy rings tr...

  4. Kris says:

    Interesting, but not earth shattering This might have been better as an article But there is some good information It is a relatively short read, and it probably could have been condensed evento make the informationimpactful.

  5. Madeleine (Top Shelf Text) says:

    I found this book interesting, but after reading I felt it would be better off as a long article instead The 10 secrets to Danish esque happiness are summarized in the back of the book, so it would have been just as effective to read just that summary rather than the whole book.

  6. Madelyn Flammia says:

    An interesting perspective on Danish culture and why the Danes are so happy Very enjoyable.

  7. Amanda says:

    I am interested in this topic, but this book, despite being only around 130 pages, was slow going The writing was dry, the material was not particularly interesting, and it offered no new insights int...

  8. Peter Herrmann says:

    All her points make sense But many of them are easier said than done For instance, in the conclusion, know yourself I m 72 years old but still haven t quite figured that one out Have to wonder if I d be happier having be...

  9. Sunny says:

    Straightforward, common sense advice on living a good life

  10. Emily DeLuca says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A lot of my thought process at the end of 2017 was, how can I live a happier life in 2018 I have already been taking steps toward living aminimalist lifestyle and takingtime for myself, so when I stumbled across Happy as a Dane by Malene Rydahl, I was definitely intrigued I needed to know what makes the people of Denmark so happy Rydahl s book, while relatively short, is packed with both detailed research and real life examples The book is broken down into ten chapters one for A lot of my thought process at the end of 2017 was, how can I live a happier life in 2018 I have already been taking steps toward living aminimalist lifestyle and takingtime for myself, so when I stumbled across Happy as a Dane by Malene Rydahl, I was definitely intrigued I needed to know what makes the people of Denmark so happy Rydahl s book, while relatively short, is packed with both detailed research and real life examples The book is broken down into ten chapters one for every secret and a conclusion I won t tell you all of the secrets here because you should definitely go read or listen to the book for yourself , but I wanted to point out a couple of the concepts...

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