Yes I Can! is for anyone who ever said, “I wish I could be like that person.” Deep down we know that we all have the potential to be “that person”, but achieving it seems impossible in practice. Well it’s not impossible; you have the power to dramatically change your life. You can become more confident and motivated and find greater focus and direction in your life. You can become a better leader or manager and fill yourself with positive energy. You can lead the fulfilling life you have always dreamed of, and much more.
All you need to do is set aside a few minutes a day to visualize what you want to change or improve and you’ll find the focus and direction to get what you want. Using the power of creative visualization and other well-understood psychological techniques, you’ll find this book is packed with practical, real world examples of changes that you can achieve in your life, using tried and tested techniques that have been demonstrated to be highly effective in numerous controlled studies.
Yes I Can! Contains simple, easy-to-follow, five-minute exercises developed by motivation expert Robin Nixon, which have worked wonders for thousands of others. Now it’s time to make them work for you. Robin Nixon began writing about technology and computers, but swiftly changed his focus to the world around is and the journey of life. His first book, Creative Visualization for Dummies, distils over twenty years’ experience to demonstrate how positive visualization can be used creatively to enhance life and achieve our goals and ambitions.
"To be motivated, you need something to be motivated about; obvious, maybe, but so true; this direct simplicity is the book’s greatest asset." (Kindred Spirit)
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The information is very good, but it was an adjustment with the narrator's English accent. After a while it became easier but you can miss things because of it if not careful.
Maybe, depending on content.
Several good exercises to strengthen my positive visualizing ability.