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|27 Responses to Option A|
Option A sounds happier
This title is better sounding to me.
love the mention of joy
It just makes more sense
I prefer the shorter title/description.
I immediately discredit anything labelling itself as "the ultimate"
sounds more legit
prefer shorter title
It is succinct and to the point.
I think it sounds better.
I like A better than B because it's not as wordy and gets straight to the point.
It just seems less fake. The B choice sounds like I'm being sold something.
Title B is too lengthy
It's a lot more concise. The other option is too wordy.
Sounds more simple and enjoyable
I like that the word joy is mentioned sooner in this title. It grabs my attention more since every time I feel stress I want to feel joy instead.
The stress to joy grabs my attention right away.
The other's much too long.
A is better - says where it's going immediately.
It is more positive and uplifting.
It sounds a bit less like a typical self-help book
It sounds better then b
It sound more peaceful, which is great for a book about stress relief.
title explains that you can transform stress in joy
I like the mention of peace of mind.
Option A reads better, easier to understand. Don't really like the word "toolkit" and "technologies" in B.
B is too wordy
|23 Responses to Option B|
Sounds pretty powerful to me!
B sounds more technical and useful.
This sounds like an all-inclusive book on reducing stress.
I think A sounds more positive but if you're already stressed, then you want to go from stress to joy, so you're probably not thinking positively anyway, in that moment. B would be more appealing because it caters to the goal from where the person is to where they're going.
Refferring to the contents as a toolkit is a little more captivating.
Option B is a bit more descriptive I prefer it
ultimate is a nice and strong word
"The Ultimate" makes it a little more convincing and would make me pick it up over the other title.
Gets to the point better
Sounds more captivating
I like option B more.
Option B sounds like it would be a lot easier to follow and a lot more easily digestible in small portions than Option A would.
And with that--My woe--Is healed!
in option A, the title stress to joy is a bit hard to understand. Joy is a female name too. It was not clear to me what the book was about.
I like the word "toolkit" in the title of Option B.
Having the word toolkit in the title I think would make people more interested in this book. If people feel like they have tools to solve their problems, they will feel more empowered and like they can solve their problems.
I like Option B because it makes it clear that there is a toolkit which contains tips and techniques to reduce stress.
I get a clearer idea of the book's purpose.
The toolkit part makes it sound more knowledgeable.
Having joy instead of stress sounds much more relieving then just having peace of mind that the other title suggests.
I like the notion of a "toolkit" for stress reduction. It makes the book sound utilitarian and multifaceted.
I am skeptical that I can turn stress to joy, but I am confident that a toolkit will give me something employable in my own life
I think the "toolkit" concept sounds useful. Also "joy" may be too much to expect for some people.