The Impact of Technology on Behavior & Happiness

This startling and revealing dissection of the impact of rising technological dependence since the global recession methodically explains why heads are increasingly crowded, tempers are short, and behaviors are changing. "The Impact" shares a long list of specific examples that map how these changing behaviors directly tie to happiness -- and what readers can do immediately to protect themselves. More

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About Ocean Palmer

About the author:
Ocean Palmer is a globally renowned life skills expert who has taught and lectured on six continents. The author or co-author of 12 books and a major motion picture currently in pre-production, Ocean has been featured in TIME magazine and appeared coast-to-coast on all four of America’s major television networks. A popular radio guest, his interviews have been broadcast on 3,500 radio stations worldwide.

One of the nation's foremost teaching experts on the topic of Worry, Ocean has taught thousands of people how to better manage their heads to minimize noise and improve efficiency. His award-winning book Managing the Worry Circle (How to Improve Your Life by Worrying Less) is a globally respected text.

Ocean has written professional comedy throughout his career and for several years performed standup. Having opened for some of the nation’s top touring comedians, Ocean’s career lowlight and highlight occurred in the exact same ten minutes: He lost a Washington, D. C. comedy competition to a 15-year-old kid. The kid was Dave Chappelle.

Ocean took it like a man, saying simply, “Well, he beat me fair and square.”

A prolific writer and storyteller, Ocean lives in Denver where he spends his idle time erratically driving both golf balls and automobiles, walking his dogs, wishing he were fishing, doting spring through fall over migrating hummingbirds, and inventing every lame excuse possible to duck having to do yard work.

Portable Dad is Ocean's third life skills book and continues his career-long commitment to help young adults and people with crowded heads better navigate life and work.


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