Emotionally Bulletproof Scott's Story -, Book 3
How Do You Win When Your Enemy Is Your Own Mind?Scott Calloway has a lot going through his head. Family members, psychologists, and doctors see little value in him after he suffers a traumatic head injury. With the help of his aunt, a wise pastor, and a woman desperate for love, he learns how to thrive despite his condition. Along the way, he discovers: How to desire the right things How to bring stability into the lives of others Hold his thoughts captive Develop a strong relationship with God through studying His wordA cruel system of ideas presses down on his self-esteem. People who have much to gain from his failure focus on keeping him where he is. Despite everything that tells him his goal is impossible, Scott develops a system for training his subconscious mind. By reading this book, and the worksheets at the story's end, you will gain the third tool in the process of becoming Emotionally Bulletproof.About the AuthorsBrian ShaulBrian Shaul is a personal development coach and speaker with over 10,000 hours of one-on-one coaching experience. He has found that trust is the foundation of all relationships, and that the greatest improvements in the lives of his clients often come from successful application of trust in relationships. He gives seminars on relationships and trust for church groups and businesses.David AllenDavid Allen is a writer with a degree in business, who focuses on personal development and growth. He has partnered with Brian Shaul to co-author the Emotionally Bulletproof series.
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