What to say when you talk to yourself: the major new breakthrough to managing people, yourself, and success

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Grindle Press, 1986 - Psychology - 228 pages
Argues that negative thoughts can hinder one's chances for success, gives advice on self-motivation, and discusses habits, attitudes, and situational strategies

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It's ok - I skimmed it to get to the exampled starting in Ch 17 or so. I have read much better discussions of positive self-talk and inner critics. The most useful part of this book is the ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter Three
15
Chapter Five
29
Chapter Seven
45
Chapter Nine
59
Chapter Eleven
75
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