The international best seller that will help you transform your personal and professional life by changing the way you think.
Today, the pressure to achieve is intense. To be at our best, we need our minds working at peak potential. But unless you train it, your mind stays on autopilot, stuck in unhealthy thought patterns that lead to self-sabotaging habits and behaviors. As with your body, you have to exercise your mind to get the most out of it.
Sebastian Bailey and Octavius Black, founders of Mind Gym, help you change your mental default settings through a series of workouts; that have been tested and experienced by more than one million people from around the world and from companies such as Google, NBCUniversal, Shell, Pfizer, and PepsiCo. This hands-on guide presents a fitness program for the mind that tackles the most common challenges at work and home:
Insightful, proven, and practical, Mind Gym is the essential mental workout that will wake up your mind and help you be your best in life.
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Covers a wide range of concepts that will improve situations throughout your everyday life. It will help you gain a broader view and allow you to improve upon that.
Even for a 10hr audio book I went quickly through it. I occasionally would day dream off about other topics, I think because sometimes the book rambles or over explains ideas.
all in all im glad I listened to it and may come back to it for certain chapters
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. it provided a lot of many fabulous insights like how positive attitudes can be a tremendous influence on a person and a world. The narration was in a fairly strong accent which wasn't ideal but I do like that it was narrated by one of the authors of the book.
the first two-thirds of the book were interesting but not captivating, the last third of the book where it starts to get into meditation and relaxation techniques and other things, this is when it began to become more interesting. I might recommend this book to a few people, but not everybody.
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