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Publisher's Summary

Brainblocks are the mental obstacles that keep people from achieving success, defined as setting, pursuing, and achieving a goal.
Managing the brain is the solution to preventing mental blocks from interfering with achieving your goals. And neuropsychologist Dr. Theo Tsaousides gives you the tools to improve:


Awareness:

the seven brainblocks to success

self-doubt
procrastination
impatience
multitasking
rigidity
perfectionism
negativity

the characteristic feelings, thoughts, and actions associated with each brainblock
the brain functions involved in goal-oriented action
brain glitches and how they create setbacks
the cost of not removing brainblocks
the best strategies to remove the blocks


Engagement:

actively search for brainblocks in your actions, thoughts, and feelings
recognize and label each brainblock as soon as it is identified
practice each strategy consistently until it becomes second nature
track your progress toward a goal

Through these strategies you will learn to overcome these cognitive obstacles and harness the power of the brain to achieve success in any endeavor.
©2015 Dr. Theo Tsaousides (P)2015 Gildan Media LLC
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By Shigetada N. on 06-01-16

Concise and clear; easy to understand.

What made the experience of listening to Brainblocks the most enjoyable?

The book is relatively short, and I like it better than very long ones that require continued attention and efforts.

What did you like best about this story?

The contents are concise, and well organized in theory.

Have you listened to any of Sean Pratt’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No.

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By John W. Bates on 11-03-15

Not worth my time

Boring and repetitive. Full of general platitudes without real value. Full of anecdotes that paper over the nuances of behavior and generalizes them to develop simple-minded rules.

The reader is quite good, but a quality performance does not make a quality experience.

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