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What to say when you talk to your self / Shad Helmstetter, PhD.

By: Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc., 2017Copyright date: 2017Edition: Updated edition; First Gallery Books trade paperback editionDescription: x, 207 pages ; 21 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 1501171992
  • 9781501171994
Other title:
  • What to say when you talk to yourself
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 158.1 23
LOC classification:
  • BF697.5.S47 .H45 2017
Contents:
1. Looking for a better way -- 2. The "answers" -- 3. Creating positive change that lasts -- 4. New discoveries -- 5. We learn to believe -- 6. The wall -- 7. Passing it on -- 8. The self-management sequence -- 9. The five levels of self-talk -- 10. A new look at positive thinking -- 11. Self-talk and motivation -- 12. Not hypnosis, not subliminal -- 13. If it isn't simple, it won't work -- 14. The new techniques -- 15. Getting started -- 16. Whatever your need or position in life -- 17. Changing habits -- 18. Rewiring attitudes -- 19. Solving problems and accomplishing goals -- 20. Self-motivation -- 21. Situational self-talk -- 22. Taking the first steps -- 23. Overcoming personal growth stasis -- 24. To change or not to change.
Summary: What you think and what you say when you talk to yourself each day literally wires your brain for success or failure. In this book, the author shows you that managing your own self-talk is something you can do starting immediately, and he gives you step-by-step directions on what to do and how to do it.-- From publisher's description.
List(s) this item appears in: Administrators Conference 2022
Holdings
Item type Current library Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
BOOK BOOK NCAR Library Foothills Lab BF697.5 .S47 .H45 2017 1 Available 50583020020248
Total holds: 0

1. Looking for a better way -- 2. The "answers" -- 3. Creating positive change that lasts -- 4. New discoveries -- 5. We learn to believe -- 6. The wall -- 7. Passing it on -- 8. The self-management sequence -- 9. The five levels of self-talk -- 10. A new look at positive thinking -- 11. Self-talk and motivation -- 12. Not hypnosis, not subliminal -- 13. If it isn't simple, it won't work -- 14. The new techniques -- 15. Getting started -- 16. Whatever your need or position in life -- 17. Changing habits -- 18. Rewiring attitudes -- 19. Solving problems and accomplishing goals -- 20. Self-motivation -- 21. Situational self-talk -- 22. Taking the first steps -- 23. Overcoming personal growth stasis -- 24. To change or not to change.

What you think and what you say when you talk to yourself each day literally wires your brain for success or failure. In this book, the author shows you that managing your own self-talk is something you can do starting immediately, and he gives you step-by-step directions on what to do and how to do it.-- From publisher's description.

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