Life Beginner's Manual: Take Charge of Your Life

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sep 12, 2016 - 144 pages
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Sometimes life comes to a crossroad

One path is plain safe:

It has a lot of certainties. The outcomes are not the greatest but, eh, you can't always get what you want...
Or so is the excuse for taking the safe path.

The other path is plain risky...

  • It has a lot of unknown
  • The outcomes are promising, even though there is no guarantee you will ever get there
  • It is tempting but, again, there are risks

The biggest risk you will ever take is not betting on yourself.
- Anonymous

These are the things that nag you for years before you finally take action.

Unless of course, you never take the jump.

Jump and the net will appear.
- Zen Proverb

Life will test your resolve.
How do you face the challenges presented to you?
You try, you take the riskier path once in a while.

You fail, you learn, you try again
Put simply, you dare.

A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable
but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.

- George Bernard Shaw

Always think of bringing goodness into your life and other people's life.

You never know how strong you are
until being strong is the only choice you have.

- Bob Marley

The key to happiness, purpose, and stress-free living, is already inside you.

In fact, you could be happy instantly, and be at peace right now, regardless of your circumstances.

This book is the guide to make it happen

  • You are not new to this.
  • You have been around
  • You know about personal transformation

You are certainly aware by now of what blocks you:
They are the same beliefs, strategies, and opinions that helped you survive.

With its engaging writing style, Life Beginner's Manual will provide an immediate, positive effect on your life.

A wonderful overview of some of the best self-improvement processes, this manual is shedding light on ambiguous questions.

You are thirsty for knowledge and wisdom, but more information may only clutter your mind.

  • You need to get a better grasp of how things work.
  • You need information that brings clarity.
  • You need directions to apply to real life.

This book will change the way you think about thinking

Our struggles are mostly born out of our minds.
Understanding the natural wiring of the brain and its inner workings is paramount.

The clarity this knowledge provides is extremely powerful.

The masterpieces from Daniel Kahneman (Thinking Fast and Slow), Malcolm Gladwell (Blink), and Paul McLean (Triune Brain Theory) exposed great truths.

How do you turn their research into real-life solutions?

Georges Brisset's Simplified Brain Theory explains human behavior, our personal quirks, and how to address them.

The time has come for you to take action

Life Beginner's Manual is an informative, insightful, and entertaining read.
It provides seemingly simple yet profound ideas and supplies inspiring suggestions.

This unconventional guide will change the way you engage in improving your life.

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This book will change the way you think about thinking: it had an immediate, positive effect on my life. I now have a better understanding of my brain and how it works. This understanding has allowed me to live a happier and more fulfilling life. I highly recommend this book.

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A short, simple, and important compendium of our life's struggles - the pursuit of happiness, the life long chase of money, of feeling unfulfilled, of feeling lost - that explains kindly, logically, and thoughtfully why we are stuck in our ruts and self-damaging behavioral patterns, and how we can recognize and make positive changes.
Coming from humble origins, the author does not assume authority and speaks to you as a friend, as someone who has been there and understands, combining experience and research to deliver you the answers you need in a thoughtful manner.
I don't usually read self-help books, but this isn't a self-help book. It's a guidance book to shed light and encourage you to take the right steps toward the direction you want to go.
Highly recommend as a gift to students, friends, and loved ones.

About the author (2016)

Georges Brisset likes to teach.

He cannot help it, he will have to lecture you, show you, make sure you got it.

An avid searcher of the mysteries of life, originally motivated by the need to resolve his own internal conflicts, he is constantly seeking to understand deeper and experiment more.

His unconventional upbringing led him to live in several countries (France, Switzerland, Italy, Scotland, US) and travel to twenty more, have assorted career renewals (pastry chef, wine director, web developer, currency trader), learn numerous disciplines, experience countless failures and some successes.

Georges learns from everyone and from everything.

What he learns, he will eventually teach you, because he has devoted his life to sharing his thinking to help others become better persons and have fulfilling lives.

He lives in New York with his wife of 30 years and the house is not run by the cats.

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