I Started read this book last year, only manage to write it in my blog this year. Furthermore my blog still a freebies, but I don't mind to re-read this book and refresh my mind- this book have a full gems of wisdom.

Great book, and you'll discover that there is no new recipes into perfect live, but you will find much that is not generally applied. This book restate, illustrate, streamline, air-condition, and glorify a lot of ancient and basic truth-and kick you to shins and make you do something about applying them.

This is one of the best books that related to happiness. It's have full of useful tips. More than just theoretical tips, they are proven tips that have been applied by many people throughout the history. This book is practical. You can set your teeth in it.



Nutshell:
PART I - Fundamental Facts You Should Know about Worry.
Rule 1: If you want to avoid worry, do what Sir William Osier did: Live in "day-tight compartments". Don't stew about the future. Just live each day until bedtime.

Rule 2: The next time Trouble - with a capital T - comes gunning for you and backs you up in a corner, try the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier:
(a) Ask yourself, 'What is the worst that can possibly happen if I can't solve my problem?'
(b) Prepare yourself mentally to accept the worst - if necessary.
(c) Then calmly try to improve upon the worst - which you have already mentally agreed to accept.

Rule 3: Remind yourself of the exorbitant price you pay for worry in terms of your health. "Businessmen who do not know how to fight worry die young."

PART II - Basic Techniques in Analysing Worry
Rule 1 : Get the facts. Remember that Dean Hawkes of Columbia University said that "half the worry in the world is caused by people trying to make decisions before they have sufficient knowledge on which to base a decision."

Rule 2 : After carefully weighing all the facts, come to decision.

Rule 3 : Once decision is carefully reached, act!

Rule 4 : When you, or any of your associates are tempted to worry about a problem, write out and answer the following questions:
(a) What is the problem?
(b) What is the cause of the problem?
(c) What are all possible solutions?
(d) What is the best solution?

PART THREE - How To Break Worry Habit Before It Break You.
Rule 1 : Crowd worry out of your mind by keeping busy. Plenty of action is one of the best therapies ever devised for curing 'wibber gibbers'

Rule 2 : Don't fuss about trifles. Don't permit little things-the mere termites of life-to ruin your happiness.

Rule 3 : Use the law of averages to outlaw  your worries. Ask yourself: "What are the odds against this thing's happening at all?"

Rule 4 : Co-operate with the inevitable. If you know a circumstances is beyond your power to change or revise, say to yourself "it is so; it cannot be otherwise."

Rule 5 : Put a "stop-loss" order on your worries. Decide just how much anxiety a thing may be worth and refuse to give it anymore.

Rule 6 : Let the past Bury it's dead. Don't saw sawdust.

So, to know the other parts you got to read the book and discover it's wisdom by yourself. It's really worth your time to dig deep into it.

Enjoy your reading!