• How to Rewire Your Brain

  • Change Your Mind and Habits. Better Rules and Positive Thinking to Improve Your Life. Stop Worrying and Increase Your Power to Influence People
  • By: David Michael King
  • Narrated by: Russell Newton
  • Length: 3 hrs and 23 mins
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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By: David Michael King
Narrated by: Russell Newton
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Are you suffering from a general sense of discontentment in your life? Are there times when you are feeling especially unmotivated? What is happening inside your brain when you feel worried or stressed or anxious or panicky?

There is a process called neuroplasticity that occurs inside the human brain that essentially allows the development of new brain cells. New brain cells are born out of new experiences. The application of positive or negative habits can transform you, respectively, into a better or worse person.

So, can you really learn to rewire your brain through the construction of new habits, positive restructuring of thoughts, becoming more organized, and zeroing in on your mental health problems?

Yes, you can! 

It's hard but not impossible because you have an immense amount of power, and it is sitting in your skull. The human brain is capable of far more than many people give it credit for. It helps you learn new skills, habits, and behaviors. But on a practical level, how does this translate? This audiobook is going to go into intense detail about how you turn yourself into the person you’ve always wished you could be. It will offer easy-to-listen, practical steps to follow in order to begin instilling new, healthy habits into your daily life.

You will learn:

  • How to constructively and effectively solve problems
  • What people who are happy do to control their emotions
  • How to create boundaries in your work and personal life and make proper schedules for yourself
  • How to take advantage of positive moods
  • Why you need to realize the importance of self-care
  • How to identify some of your bad habits as well as the better, more productive habits
  • How cognitive behavioral therapy can benefit anyone who is suffering from the mental health issues of depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and even general worries and stresses

Some techniques and processes to change and improve your personality will be hard to apply, but don't worry. This book is a user-friendly, instructional-like manful that can be listened to by any person of any age. This is the moment where you must let go of the past in order to benefit from the future.

Do you want to be the master of your destiny, create better habits and behaviors, stop putting your dreams to the side, and make them a priority instead? Click on the "buy now" button.

©2019 David Michael King (P)2019 David Michael King

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narrator is awful! sounds like a robot.

terrible narration. sounds like a robot. misreads passages. very difficult to listen too. not recommended.