We so many times focus on what we did not do or what we do not have. What we focus on gets bigger. This book give a great perspective of instead of trying to change bad or unwanted habits, instead try to create New Habits that will eventually replace the unwanted behaviors. So if we stop focusing on the negative and focus on the positive things will change. This book give you the tools and exercises to make it an easy translation from beating yourself up to building yourself up. Great Thank you's to the author.
I enjoy the practical thinking. Focus on what will make you happy not what is not making you happy. If you think negative you feel negative if you think positive you feel positive. M.J. Ryan writes so clearly that when reading you think "I know this, why am I not doing it" it all makes sense. This book is the permission to change. Again Many Many Thanks to M.J. Ryan
The insight I began applying is not to beat myself up for not doing something in the past (even if the past was only 1 minute ago) I instead encourage myself to do what I know I should be doing mainly because I feel at peace and happiest when I am doing what I know I should be doing. It is closer to my "Higher Self" as other authors have said.
Just read it. Even if you do not have a break through like I did it still put you more center. Invest in yourself Just Read it.
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