How to Change Your Entire Life by Doing Absolutely Nothing: 10 Do-nothing Relaxation Exercises to Calm You Down Quickly So You Can Speed Forward Faster

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 31, 2002 - Self-Help - 112 pages
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How would you like to change your entire life? By doing absolutely nothing? This book is the ultimate self-help guide for lazy-busy people. Those who regularly follow the do-nothing relaxation exercises found in the book will experience a surge of energy, power, clarity, and speed! They will also be the beneficiaries of the most sought-after exercise result: wait loss! Wait loss in getting the career you want! Wait loss in getting the love you want! Wait loss in getting whatever the heck you want! HOW TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE instructs readers to do nothing in a mindful way. For instance, they can do nothing while drinking their coffee (don't talk or think about problems) or do nothing when they should be doing their laundry (concentrate on the clean smell of the clothes). Readers of this book will discover a cheery, paradoxical life principle: sometimes the shortest distance between two points can be travelled by doing nothing at all.
 

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This book is the antithesis of everything I learned in school. You can’t, I was told, change your life unless you do things. This book dares to say no. Relax. Chill. Just when you are ready to snap, stop and drop everything. Do nothing. Daring. Brave. I am trying this. Read full review

How to change your entire life by doing absolutely nothing: 10 do-nothing relaxation exercises to calm you down quickly so you can speed forward faster

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In this cheeky little gift book, the self-proclaimed inventor of multitasking reveals how certain "do-nothing" moments helped her to live more fully in the present and uncover vaster reserves of ... Read full review

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Karen Salmansohn is the author of many bestselling books including How to Be Happy, Dammit and How to Succeed in Business Without a Penis, plus the writer/illustrator of the 'tween series Alexandra Rambles On. She's also the founder of Glee Industries, an image consulting and book packaging firm.

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