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Raising Your Self Esteem: Overcoming Pessimistic Patterns
- Lu par : Claton Butcher
- Durée : 1 h et 30 min
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The way in which you perceive life and your attitude towards life is a large indicator of one's happiness and success. Individuals that have a positive disposition, regardless of their circumstances, tend to be less anxiety-stricken and tense. They also wear a smile more often as compared to the individual that looks at life in a negative way. In addition, the way you perceive life also influences those that surround you. In essence, if you work on improving and maintaining an optimistic outlook, then you will have an increased chance towards leading a life that is fulfilled and happy.
The author, Jacob V. Milliken, will take you through a journey of self-reflection. Sometimes it is difficult to alter habitual negative thoughts and actions, however the author gently guides the reader towards the goal of increased self-esteem and conquering those pessimistic patterns.
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- Amazon Customer
The explanations can be very surprising. I was very engaged throughout the whole book.
- Well written
- Adam Noor
Very practical and the ideas included in this book can be used instantly to chart a new way of life!
Too basic not enough helpful information for life
Would you try another book from Jacob V. Milliken and/or Claton Butcher?
I recommend going to Amazon and getting Feeling Good by Dr. David Burns. This is a very practical way of dealing with the expectation gap between what we expect and what we see as real.
What was most disappointing about Jacob V. Milliken’s story?
I could have gotten the same simple ideas by searching the web
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Any additional comments?
Everyone is different so it is worth listening to and making your own judgment.