The Chimp Paradox : The Acclaimed Mind Management Programme to Help You Achieve Success, Confidence and Happiness Paperback
Do you sabotage your own happiness and success? Are you struggling to make sense of yourself? Do your emotions sometimes dictate your life? The Chimp Paradox is an incredibly powerful mind management model that can help you become a happy, confident, healthier and more successful person.
Dr Steve Peters explains the struggle that takes place within your mind and then shows how to apply this understanding to every area of your life so you can: - Recognise how your mind is working - Understand and manage your emotions and thoughts - Manage yourself and become the person you would like to be The Chimp Mind Management Model is based on scientific facts and principles, which have been simplified into a workable model for easy use.
It will help you to develop yourself and give you the skills, for example, to remove anxiety, have confidence and choose your emotions.
The book will do this by giving you an understanding of the way in which your mind works and how you can manage it.
It will also help you to identify what is holding you back or preventing you from having a happier and more successful life. Each chapter explains different aspects of how you function and highlights key facts for you to understand.
There are also exercises for you to work with. By undertaking these exercises you will see immediate improvements in your daily living and, over time, you will develop emotional skills and practical habits that will help you to become the person that you want to be, and live the life that you want to live.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 368 pages, Illustrations
- Publisher: Ebury Publishing
- Publication Date: 05/01/2012
- Category: Advice on careers & achieving success
- ISBN: 9780091935580
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Review by LARA335
I bought this, impressed by the top sportsmen the author had helped. Unfortunately the terms he used: chimps, gremlins, computers, moons and on and on, irritated me, and muddied the message. I think what Steve is trying to say is: think before you react, do the best you can do, and think about what your dream is - then plan a schedule to make it achievable. So, underneath all the gibberish, some sensible advise.