What to Say When You Talk to Your Self

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Pocket Books, Jan 15, 1990 - Self-Help - 256 pages
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Imagine relying on yourself to optimize your outlook, focus your plans, and keep you on top, in touch, and going for it! You can do it, by adopting the simple techniques of Self-Talk, and understanding the power of key phrases like these:
-- I choose my thoughts. No thought, at any time, can dwell in my mind without my permission.
-- I have talents, skills and abilities -- and I'm discovering new talents all the time.
-- I take time to listen and communicate. I'm patient and understanding. It's worth working at, and I do.
-- I focus my attention on the things I can control. If l can't affect it or direct it -- I accept it.
-- I know that what I believe about myself is what l will become -- so I believe in the best for myself.

Acclaimed psychologist Dr. Shad Helmstetter shows you how to make positive Self-Talk a permanent habit. Give yourself the kind, loving, determined support you would give to your bestfriend. Harness the power of the ultimate motivator -- you!

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User Review  - Hamza Saleem - Goodreads

It's a good book that teaches the essence of affirmations as I saw it..the problem is that the author wants it to be the last self improvement book you read..all on all, fun and useful read Read full review

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User Review  - Nishant Chandra - Goodreads

How the hell is this 4.11 escapes my mind. Read full review

Contents

Chapter
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Chapter Three
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Chapter Five
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About the author (1990)

Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D. is the best-selling author of 12 books, including "What To Say When You Talk To Your Self." He has been a guest on more than 1200 radio and television programs including Oprah Winfrey, ABC, CBS, NBC, and CNN.

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