Mind Chi: Re-wire Your Brain in 8 Minutes a Day -- Strategies for Success in Business and Life

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 5, 2010 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
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8 minutes a day is all it takes to open up a world of superior mental performance.

Just as Tai Chi has been used for centuries to balance body and mind, Mind Chi will help you increase your mental energy and be more effective in everything you do. And all you need is 8 minutes a day...

Mind Chi is a powerful synthesis of thought and action based on the most recent research into how the brain works. By following the simple, daily exercises in this book, you will raise your mental performance to a level you never thought possible. Discover:

  • Sharper powers of concentration and information management
  • Improved control over your attention span, memory, thoughts and feelings
  • Fast and easy ways to reduce your stress and increase your confidence
  • New positive habits, thoughts and mental resilience
  • Fantastic energy levels, during and after your work day

Plus: 50 Strategies for Success in Business & Life

"An eight minute daily dose of Mind Chi will improve vitality, reduce stress and allow us to see the many blessings of life more clearly." --Stephen C. Lundin PhD, author of the five million copy bestselling FISH!

 

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Contents

Introduction to Mind Chi
1
PART 1 MIND CHI KICKOFF
13
PART 2 MIND CHI IN ACTION
71
PART 3 50 MIND CHI PLANS STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS
135
PART 4 MIND CHI PLUS
257
Mind Chi Glossary
311
Bibliography
315
Recommended Reading
319
Further Resources
323
Sample Pages
325
Index
335
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Richard Israel is a consultant, international speaker, trainer and co-author of the bestselling Brain$ell with Tony Buzan. He has forty years of experience in sales and marketing,s ales training, leadership, and mental literacy.

Vanda North was President of the International Society for Accelerated Learning & Teaching, and founded Buzan Centres worldwide for 20 years. Vanda has written several books and her inspiration is sought by leading commercial organizations, educational institutions and governments.

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