Theatre of the Mind traces its origins to Dr. Maxwell Maltz - a world-famous plastic surgeon who discovered the incredible power that existed in a person's self-image.
Through his research, he realized that the real source of people's issues and concerns was not of their outward physical appearance, but how they thought about themselves.
Dr. Maltz's principles of Psycho-Cybernetics have inspired and enhanced the lives of more than 30 million people throughout the world. Psycho-Cybernetics moved human development out of the realm of wishing, hoping, and inconclusive techniques, and into the realm of predictable, positive results.
Matt Furey has spent his life studying, applying, and benefiting from the principles of Psycho-Cybernetics. Through his engagement with these powerful principles, what started as a severe personal crisis turned into a lifetime complete with realized expectations and fulfilled desires. In Theatre of the Mind, Matt shares the ideas, techniques, and strategies that have helped him reached the highest levels of personal achievement and satisfaction, and can do the same for you.
Dr. Maltz coined the phrase "Theatre of the Mind" to represent a place you can mentally go to in order to strengthen your self-image and, ultimately, your life. It's a powerful internal guidance system strengthened by using your creative imagination. The more you use this system, the more you will know the meaning of the saying, "What you want, wants you."
Silence your inner critic once and for all
Make what was once difficult... easy
Trust your success instinct
See yourself with "kind eyes"
And so much more!
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I Really enjoyed hearing Matt tell the stories of his life.
The other book I would compare this with would be psycho-cybernetics.
You get to" hear" how Matt applied the principles he teaches in his own life.
The Moment that really moved me was hearing how Matt was able to break the barriers in his own mind and earn over 120 thousand dollars in one month.
This this book is worth way more than one credit!
This book really broke down the concepts of how to achieve what you want in small bite-sized steps.
I liked his recommendation to think of a happy time in the past to put yourself into a happy frame of mind.
Breathe, breathe, breathe!
I also liked shadow boxing. What a great idea!
There was a little bit of repeat; I think I heard the same personal stories twice. But, I didn't mind; the stories were interesting. Overall, I liked his simple approach to self-improvement.