Are you one of the millions of people that suffer daily from anxiety? Do you find yourself stuck in negative thought patterns, but don't know how to stop them? Are you tired of constantly worrying? Do you avoid social situations for fear of being judged by others?
If you are constantly feeling anxious or worried, you are not alone! But there is also no need to feel powerless. Believe it or not, there are very simple things that you can do to take back control of your life, and give you more confidence than you thought possible.
At its root, anxiety comes down to habitually engaging in negative thought patterns of limitation, fear, and worry. When you change your thought patterns, you change your state of mind.
The good news is: You have the power to rewrite your habits!
NLP is a powerful tool that can guide you through the process of self-transformation. Believe it or not, it is very simple to learn - you just need to know how.
Quit the anxiety habit - start yourself on the path to empowerment, confidence, and healthy relationships by learning NLP today!
In this book you will learn:
The six most effective NLP techniques to combat anxiety
How to recognize and end maladaptive coping strategies such as avoidance, and rewrite them into positive associations
How to build positive thought habits
Common anxiety triggers and how to identify them
After listening to this book you will be able to:
Create a personal relaxation anchor
Use reframing techniques to see your anxiety as an advantage
Utilize the resourceful state of mind to access solutions
And much, much more!
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The delivery was too fast to consider the material - I ended up zoning out very quickly.
It was almost as if the reader was trying to read it as quickly and perfectly as possible. There was very little feeling or pauses for intonation.
The content was okay - I'm sure it will help some but the delivery made it hard to stick with it.
- sarah otterbein