There are many types of stress, such as with finances, your health, relationships, etc. For some people life may seem unfair because they are constantly struggling with stressors and aren't living the life they want. To make matters worse, it seems that for other people success comes easily.
Do these things sound familiar to you? Well, what are you going to do about it? How can you really handle the stress when some days it seems very overwhelming? You need answers now and not later. Life is meant to be fun and joyous and not about suffering.
Most books on stress tell you to take a deep breath or to think differently about the situation you are in. Often, they do not discuss real, long-lasting solutions. Finding a different perspective on life is helpful, but most people need answers for real problems as they happen.
Daniel Rosenstein embarked on a journey for over 15 years, spending hundreds of hours reading books and searching on the Internet looking for real answers. He spent over $20,000 dollars attending various seminars and workshops, visiting different "gurus" and health practitioners in order to find out what works and what does not.
Now, you have the choice whether or not to do the same thing, taking the long road in life and spending thousands of dollars on solutions that may not work. Or, you can find the answers you need right now in this audiobook, which costs less than the price of a cup of coffee.
Most people are somewhat familiar with alternative therapies such as chiropractic and acupuncture. But this book will introduce you to other lesser-known methodologies. No fads here; just honest information about unique approaches that have been proven to be successful. It details a step-by-step guide on how to regain your self-control. Daniel Rosenstein takes you on a journey of healing, sharing what worked for him when turning his life around.
Success is about finding balance in your life, but more importantly, it is about where and and how to find that balance. The information included here will serve as a key or a revelation to a new, ineffable reality of peace and possibilities.
©2013 Daniel Rosenstein (P)2013 Daniel Rosnstein
This was absolutely worthless. It's basically a recap of the different "modalities" for stress management (such as yoga, meditation, etc). There is zero actual information.
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