the power of your subconscious mind summary

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind Summary

The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind (1963) explains the inner workings of the mind, mainly –the subconscious mind and postulates that our thoughts, feelings and imagery is what largely influences the outer world that we experience. The author, Dr. Joseph Murphy (1898 – 1981) was a writer and minister of …
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Joe Dispenza BECOMING SUPERNATURAL Summary

Harnessing scientific research and drawing from ancient wisdom, Becoming Supernatural (2017) explains how the average person can free themselves from self imposed limitations and transcend their lives. The author, Joe Dispenza is a doctor and educator -specializing in the fields of neuroscience, epigenetics and quantum physics.

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Dr. Caroline Leaf THINK LEARN SUCCEED Summary

Think Learn Succeed (2019) contains valuable insights on mindsets and stresses how adopting an effective mindset can be the differentiating factor as to the levels of success and well-being that one attains in life. Furthermore, the book distills a great deal of neuroscientific research on the processes of learning as well …
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Steven Hayes A LIBERATED MIND Summary & Review

Steven C. Hayes is a clinical psychologist who pioneered ‘Acceptance and Commitment Therapy’ (ACT). ACT is a type of behavioral therapy, with its core philosophy which revolves around (1) changing one’s relationship with their thoughts and feelings rather than trying to change their content, and (2) turning towards one’s suffering …
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robert kiyosaki rich dad poor dad summary

Robert Kiyosaki RICH DAD POOR DAD Summary

“I had two fathers, a rich one and a poor one,” writes the author, Robert Kiyosaki. His book Rich Dad Poor Dad (1997), examines the perspectives of both his father’s as well as how they helped shape his thoughts regarding money, investing and life in general. Although well educated, the …
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angela duckworth grit summary

Angela Duckworth GRIT Summary

The central theme of the book Grit (2016) is that when it comes to achieving success: one’s ability to commit to their goals and persevering in the face of obstacles matters more than their innate talent. The author, Angela Duckworth is a psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Everything is Figureoutable Summary & Review

Everything is Figureoutable (2019) is more than a mantra, it’s a collection of practical insights and actionable discipline that’s woven together to serve as an effective life philosophy. The ‘figureoutable philosophy’ aims to inspire readers to adopt the fundamental mindsets and habits to figure anything out!

The author, Marie Forleo, is …
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Nir Eyal INDISTRACTABLE Summary & Review

Indistractable (2019) provides a framework which readers can use to improve their attention and eliminate distractions. A key insight from the book is that much of the distractions that we encounter arise from within and that the distraction itself isn’t the problem, but rather -how we choose to respond to …
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Susan Cain Quiet Summary

Susan Cain QUIET Summary

Quiet (2012), explores the psychology of 2 distinct personality types -introverts and extroverts. The book sheds light on how cultures tend to undervalue introverts, whilst also detailing their unique traits and abilities. The author Susan Cain is a writer and lecturer who co-founded ‘Quiet Revolution,’ a company with a mission …
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A Guide To Rational Living Summary

A Guide To Rational Living Summary & Review

The main idea behind the book ‘A Guide To Rational Living’ is that our irrational thoughts and beliefs are the root cause behind most of the emotional disturbances that we experience.

The author, Albert Ellis (1913 – 2007) was one of the most influential psychotherapists to have …
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Maxwell Maltz Psycho Cybernetics Summary

Maxwell Maltz Psycho Cybernetics Summary

Psycho Cybernetics, published in 1960, provides a framework of how the mind operates as a goal striving mechanism. The book draws insights from both machine principles and self image psychology to help readers understand this system of ideas so as to incorporate new habits of thinking, imagining, remembering and acting, …
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The Upside Of Stress Summary

The Upside of Stress Summary & Review

The Upside of Stress (2015) explains that it is our mindset that determines the impact that stress will have on us. The book also provides evidence to suggest that embracing stress can actually have a positive impact on our mental and physical health.

The author, Kelly McGonigal is a health psychologist at …
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Gary Keller The One Thing Summary

Gary Keller THE ONE THING Summary

The One Thing is a book which helps readers discover their most important goals by asking the ‘focusing question’ whilst also providing valuable insights and tools to enable you to make more productive use of your time.

The author Gary Keller is an entrepreneur who founded and currently runs one of …
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Everything Is Fucked Summary

Everything is Fucked Summary & Review

Everything is Fucked (2019) leverages psychology and philosophy to explore the idea of hope and how it brings meaning in our lives whilst also attempting to provide the antidote for many of the existential dilemmas we face today. The author, Mark Manson is a personal development consultant, internet entrepreneur, blogger, …
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What To Say When You Talk To Yourself By Shad Helmstetter

Shad Helmstetter WHAT TO SAY WHEN YOU TALK TO YOURSELF Summary

What To Say When You Talk To Yourself (2017) explores the principles behind self talk. In the book, the author Shad Helmstetter provides examples of the various levels of self talk as well as precise self talk scripts that readers can use to improve their inner dialogue and optimize their …
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Carol Dweck Mindset Summary

Carol Dweck MINDSET Summary

Carol Dweck, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University has spent decades researching on topics involving motivation, personal achievement and success. Her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success is a culmination of all those years of observation, study and research. The central theme to her book is that an individual’s ‘Mindset’ …
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The 5 Elements of Effective Thinking

The 5 Elements Of Effective Thinking – Book Summary

We can improve our lives in all areas just by improving the way we think. As the authors Michael Starbird and Edward Burger tells us: The 5 elements of effective thinking are to put simply, better thinking habits. The 1st element is to do with striving for rock-solid understanding (earth), …
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High Performance Habits Summary

High Performance Habits Summary & Review

High Performance Habits (2017) presents findings from one of the largest studies conducted on high achievers around the globe. It explores six habits that have shown to be the most effective when it comes to achieving extraordinary results and sustained success. The author, Brendon Burchard is a high performance coach …
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