How To Overcome Negative Thinking, Stress and Anxiety in 10 Simple Steps
I Believe Anyone Can Eliminate Stress and Anxiety Using These Proven Strategies
If you want to be happier, healthier and more peaceful, this audiobook is for you! You will learn:
How To Eliminate Negative Thinking Before It Eliminates You
Dr. Mort Orman has been studying stress and the impact of negative thinking on your health, success and life for years. In his research, he found 10 key steps or principles anyone can use to turn themselves from a negative thinker into a positive thinker - creating an almost instant release of stress, anxiety, tension and other related problems.
One Simple Process For Turning Negative Thoughts Into Fuel For Growth
When you eliminate negative thoughts and energy from your life, you'll feel a sense of calm an inner peace like you've never felt before. But this is the power of negative thinking - when you turn your negative thoughts around, you actually create more energy and power that moves you into the direction you want to go in your life faster than you've ever moved before.
Why Going For Happiness Is The Quickest Path To What You Want
So often in life we try to be right instead of being happy. We argue to protect our viewpoint when we could just as easily let the argument go and be happy. Learn how to reprogram your mind and subconscious habits and never have another unnecessary argument again!
How To Relax No Matter What's Going On
One of the keys to stress relief is being able to relax your mind and body. In this book, you'll learn proven strategies for instantly relieving stress and relaxing your body - without any drugs or chemicals!
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Not very good
No, but I will listen to a sampling now before anything I buy. I wish I could get my money back. This was really pointless.
The audio quality was quite poor.
The points rambled with no real connection. At several instances the author contradicted himself within 2 minutes of trying to make a point. The book never really grabs you and holds your attention.
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