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Audie Award Nominee, Personal Development, 2013

You’ve heard the expression, “It’s the little things that count.” Research has shown that little daily practices can change the way your brain works, too. This book offers simple brain-training practices you can do every day to protect against stress, lift your mood, and find greater emotional resilience.

Just One Thing is a treasure chest of over 50 practices created specifically to deepen your sense of well-being and unconditional happiness. Just one practice each day can help you:

  • Be good to yourself
  • Enjoy life as it is
  • Build on your strengths
  • Be more effective at home and work
  • Make peace with your emotions
©2012 Rick Hanson (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Awesome Tool for Any Recovery....

I am struggling with recovery from addictions that damaged me Physically, Emotionally and Spiritually - I found this audiobook soothing and full of positive direction for my life Now..... I will listen to it over and over and iM sure I will learn something new every time I do.

8 of 8 people found this review helpful

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full of good points

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Fred Stella reads it very well, albeit a little to fast. I had to slow down my iPod. I wish it had been divided in chapters so that it would be easier to go back and forth.

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Washed out message with a horrible vocal actor

Painful to listen to, the voice actor was not a good fit for the subject. The entire book read like a list of suggestions in an email. There was nothing profound, and this is certainly not a book written for people who already have their heads out of the sand.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • ChloetheMum
  • 04-13-13

Ok if you can get past the narrator

Although when I listened to the sample reading before purchasing this, I thought I'd get along with it, when I tried to listen to it for more than a few minutes I found myself mildly irritated. I think it was to do with the author's dedication at the beginning to his wife; all a bit over the top and I started thinking about that film 'Meet the Fockers.' Although the message is to just do one thing a day to develop your 'Buddha Brain', it seemed a bit like he wants a commitment that you WILL do this every day. A bit too much like hard work . . .

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