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Publisher's Summary

Eighty percent of the average person's inner mental chatter is negative. But everyone has the power to change theirs.

Want to achieve your goals, be more content with yourself, and live your best life? Don't let negative thinking hold you back.

Changing how you talk to yourself in your thoughts - with self-love, positive thinking, and constructive feedback - is the most effective way to change your approach to your exercise routine, diet, relationships, work, and life.

Listen to this audiobook to learn how to harness your negative thinking, train your brain for constructive and positive thinking, and make your negative thoughts and positive thoughts work toward your goals.

After completing this book you will know how to:

  • Apply better mental strategies and tricks to daily life through changing negative thinking into positive thinking
  • Use simple exercises to expand your thinking
  • Declutter your mind of unproductive thoughts
  • Finally achieve the things you couldn't motivate yourself to do before as you learn to train your brain
  • Approach your relationships to others and yourself with better understanding with self-love
  • Stop racing thoughts
  • Stop worrying or worry less
  • Gain distance and necessary perspective from your thoughts

Listen to Self Talk today and learn how to train your brain to be your biggest ally.

©2017 Walnut Publishing (P)2017 Walnut Publishing

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Good reflections about your inner voice

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Of course! It's a short book, but that doesn't mean that it's shallow. It's really focused on showing problems and possible solutions, so it' s a great listen that help anyone to deal with their inner voice.

Who was your favorite character and why?

There was only one character, the narrator.

What does Randal Schaffer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

It's a solid reading, easy to listen, but I don't think that it has a great difference from just reading the book

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Not aplicable, not that type of book.

Any additional comments?

Aston got a real pearl right here, it's a powerfull book that goes against the trend of positive thinking, with many reasons explained on why it chooses to do that. I am looking forward to listen to it more times, and would recommend to anyone who has troubles dealing with their inner voice.

"This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."

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To much repeating

I had a hard time with this audio book. I found that constant repeating of the same line very distracting and annoying. I also was not a fan of the narrator. I have to say I really enjoyed Aston Sanderson other book "Small talk: How to talk to people and improve your charisma and social skills..." so I thought this book would be good too. I also really liked the the narration in the other book Connie Philips did a great job to bad she didn't read this one it might have helped. I was gifted this book with the understanding I would leave an honest review.

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Nice simple read

This book is a simple yet necessary reminder to be kind to ourselves. I have recommended it to my coaching clients and plan to use as a reference when the Negative Nellie thoughts start flooding the brain.

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Helpful!

For a short book, I really learned a lot and found this to be a very insightful audio. Narration was well chosen for this book.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. The fact that I was gifted this book had no influence over my opinion of it.

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excited

It has helped me to really think at the way I talk to myself, for I have struggled to really have good talk with myself. this book put me on the right path of self talk.

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its worth the time for the information

I listened to this book straight through and it was pretty good. I ended up with six pages of notes and several take-aways. Self talk is so important to learn about and control for a happier, healthier and more productive life.

I recommend this be on your self talk reading list. I think its a good source for anyone who wants to train themselves against negative self talk. I'm a pretty positive person and I think even the most positive people need a checkup every now and then. Perfect self talk is not a destination its a every day thing.

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traded book for review and couldn't be happier

Great points and the way they are delivered and absorbed are almost subconscious. I let the book play when i go to bed, I don't recall anything vividly but I do find myself checking my thoughts and what they are saying.

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brief and simple

book was brief and simple. narration was good, felt a little too many categorizations but the content was decent

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Great practical tips

The author understands human nature and gives both theory and realistic tips on improving our self talk.

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Easy Steps for Internal Constructive Criticism

This audible is short, simple, and to the point. The author sets forth that we are our own worst critic and that the negative thoughts in our head should be questioned. Once we realize all of our thoughts, even positive, should be mulled over we can get better at encouraging ourselves and get control over our negative thoughts and self-talk.

I think this book can be useful for anyone and its so short you can get through it in one sitting.

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  • Jason
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A great book

This is a great reaf for people interested in bring happy and at peace. The strategies discussed could be the answer to many inner problems we face...