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The Kindness Project by Chris Daems

Classification: Social and ethical issues, Ethics and moral philosophy

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ISBN: 9781914151637
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The author’s royalties from this book are being donated to Saint Frances Hospice, a charity that cares for people with palliative and end of life care needs.

The kindness project is full of practical, actionable ideas on how you can make the world a kinder place one small step at a time, and in turn improve your own personal wellbeing.
We’ll explore how you can be kind every single day we’ll look at how to be kind whilst at home and at work, and examine, importantly, how to be kinder to ourselves.
From the co-host of the Kindness Project Podcast, Chris Daems, comes a book about hope, about faith in his fellow humans and why finding small incremental ways to be kind every single day can help us become happier and healthier.
Learning from some of the kindest people on our planet, Chris explains how we all benefit from being a little kinder and whilst looking for kindness in others found his own road to being a little bit kinder himself.

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"In The Kindness Project, Chris Daems gifts readers a brazenly honest and highly engaging account of his own quest to be kinder in life. -Lauren Janus

"This is a book that makes you reflect on your own character and relationships, what it means to be kind to yourself and others. A warm, enjoyable, inspirational read, packed full of wisdom and actionable ideas." -KeithBoyes

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