Habits, Patterns, and Thoughts That Go Bump in the Night, now in its second edition.
You have an awesome ability to change your thinking, attitudes, and perceptions about the people and circumstances in your life. Economist John Maynard Keynes summed it up: When somebody persuades me that I am wrong, I change my mind. What do you do?
Indeed, what do you do? The ability to change your thinking is a wonderful skill. As with any skill, it can be learned, practiced and even mastered. Those who can't, won't, or don't manage a change in their thinking or their perceptions, can find themselves in a number of messy situations:
Fighting needless battles - not against the world, but against themselves
Investing tremendous energy, time, and expense attempting to solve the wrong problem
Working very hard for success but not getting the expected emotional payoff
Frustration when the same unwanted event or situation happens over, and over, and over...
Mortgaging their happiness to the behaviors of other people
This lively book can help you develop a fresh perspective of your daily experience. The habits you have created for your thoughts, actions, and feelings influence how you interpret everyone and everything, right now. That might work for you. It might not. You decide.
Your wellbeing is your responsibility and that's good news! You'll discover that you do not have to depend on what other people do, or don't do, in order for you to "have a good day." There are several Tools in your mental Toolbox to effectively manage change in your personal life. This book reminds you how to use them.
Available in trade paperback and Kindle.