WHAT TO SAY WHEN YOU TALK TO YOUR SELF pdf by Shad Helmstetter,Ph.D. – Powerful New Techniques to Program Your Potential for Success!
As much as 77% of what you tell yourself may be working against you! In this life-changing book, you’ll discover how the simple, revolutionary technique of Self-Talk can reverse negative programming, and fill your life with new, vital energy.
1) External solutions are temporary. The Self-Thlk program leads to permanent behavioral change, because you control all the messages—silent, spoken, or written—that your brain receives.
2) Self-Talk is based on the latest scientific developments about how the human brain receives and accepts information. If you want to make a change and make it stick, you’ve got to do it the way the brain works.
3) This new, word-for-word programming changes the conditioning of the subconscious mind—the control center of the brain. This specific vocabulary can be used by anyone, at any time, to replace negative programming with positive, new, repeated directions.
TALK TO YOURSELF!
LEARN THE WORDS—THE RIGHT WORDS— AND USE THEM!
MAKE SUCCESS A PERMANENT ЮТ OF LIFE, WITH . . .
WHAT TO SAY WHEN YOU TALK TO YOUR SELF!
Chapter One: Looking for a Better Way
Chapter Two : The “Answers”
Chapter Three: What Works and What Doesn’t
Chapter Four: New Discoveries
Chapter Five: We Learn to Believe
Chapter Six: The Wall
Chapter Seven: Passing It On
Chapter Eight: The Self-Management Sequence
Chapter Nine: The Five Levels of Self-Talk
Chapter Ten: The Problem with Positive Thinking
Chapter Eleven: The Motivation Myth
Chapter Twelve: Not Hypnosis—Not Subliminal
Chapter Thirteen: If It Isn’t Simple, It Won’t Work
Chapter Fourteen: The New Techniques
Chapter Fifteen: Whatever Your Need or Position in Life
Chapter Sixteen: Changing Habits
Chapter Seventeen: Changing Attitudes
Chapter Eighteen: Solving Problems and Accomplishing Goals
Chapter Nineteen: Internal Motivation
Chapter Twenty: Situational Self-Talk
Chapter Twenty-One: Getting Started
Chapter Twenty-Two: Creating Your Own Self-Talk
Chapter Twenty-Three: To Change or Not to Change