Choose to Change
- Six Weeks to Take Charge of Your Habits, Goals, and Emotional Patterns
- Narrated by: Kelly McGonigal PhD
- Length: 7 hrs and 18 mins
- Release date: 02-01-18
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sounds True
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Whether it's a bad habit in need of breaking or a strength ripe for cultivation, nearly everyone has some aspect of themselves that they wish they could change. And yet, many of us find actually implementing this kind of transformation so overwhelming that we often give up before we even start.
As an acclaimed expert in mind-body science, Dr. Kelly McGonigal understands what it truly takes - mentally, emotionally, and even physically - to make personal changes stick. With Choose to Change: Six Weeks to Take Charge of Your Habits, Goals, and Emotional Patterns, Kelly presents a curriculum for identifying what you want to shift and laying the groundwork for truly lasting transformation. Through a blend of lecture, experiential exercises, guided meditations, and more, Kelly helps you identify your core values, implement small changes gradually, and mindfully engage with new behaviors so they remain beneficial for years to come. In addition, you'll receive homework and self-reflection practices for hands-on enrichment of these insights.
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By Maggie Hess on 05-04-18
We try to change via self hate, but dont have to!
I love Choose to Change because it is a swan dive into change through self love, even loving that part of ourself that we hope to change, and the truth is that is the proven best way to go about changing! This might not be the back to back statistics of some of McGonigal's previous titles, but it is well worth the read!
By Claus Nielsen on 03-24-18
Horrible audio quality
This is the audio side og an online course, which I am sure was great. Sounds like there was some written material to go with that course. You don't get that here.
I only listened to the first two or three chapters, and I probably won't listen to more. As great as the content may be, the audio quality is simply too annoying.