We call the process "mind boggling". New brain-mind research is here presented in quick idea "gulps", which focus the eyes (brain) and release the mind.
Followed sequentially, this "Driver's Manual for the Mind" takes you on an inner self-guided tour. Your hidden, true potential comes into view.You learn to actually change your brain's structure and function...on purpose!
This Driver's Manual leads you to a new "high way". You learn how to create a future that was previously unthinkable. Mental debris is avoided. That is, you become unboggled.
You learn how to fill your life with new relationships, achievements, satisfactions. That is, your future becomes mind boggling.
You learn how to use a mental "driving" technique that applies your true full potential in all new situations. That is, you practice mind boggling.
I almost didn't get this book because of the review by Daryl of Cedar Rapids. I am glad I did if only sing it's simple praises and to say his review, my opinion, COMPLETELY missed the boat!
Yes, this is only an hour ---- but it really is a quick road map for the mind, using the simple principle of changing the way you see yourself to change your life. The book was published originally with just one or two ideas a page --- short "bursts" of information --- and the narrator does a terrific job of making it seem like a continuous quick seminar tying all the ideas together in a flawless and friendly manner. Daryl's bad review says this books implies to be stingy with money? Completely the opposite. This book says to see yourself differently and act accordingly -- and it doesn't say to "enjoy your current job," as Daryl stated. If you do, that is fantastic! You need purchase and listen for yourself but this book points out very clear ways to think differently about your current or future self and situation so that you can create the life you "see" yourself living.
I think it was terrific and just perfect for a one hour commute to get a burst of great positive information to think about the rest of the day. I used to be a 6. Now I'm a 9 and soon to be a 10! A 10 like this wonderful quick seminar of a book! :)
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even at an hour's length it is a waste. let me save you some trouble: the power of positive thinking & visualization. oh, and be stingy with $. there, now you're done. I thought it would be some mind games or word games or things of that nature to stimulate creativity etc. but it is basically a pep talk on how to see yourself enjoying your current job or how to imagine yourself in a positive manner climbing the ladder. and the narrator is a simple minded dweeb in on the family affair. these guys are imagining themselves making $ by throwing out old worn out advice and platitudes. they got my $, but they don't have to get yours.
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