From Amy Morin, author of '13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do', the article that went viral and garnered a million views in two weeks, comes the ultimate how-to guide to overcome the obstacles getting in the way of a fabulous, more fulfilling and happier life.
Morin knows that of which she speaks. At just 26, while working as a psychologist and therapist, Morin's husband died suddenly. Inwardly reeling, she realised what pitfalls she didn't want to succumb to: self-pity, a sense of entitlement and resentment. In the 10 years since then, she's refined these principles and worked on them with countless patients. The results are impressive.
In this book, we learn to identify the 13 common habits that hold us back in life, and how to avoid them. We go to the gym to build up our physical muscles, but we haven't yet thought about mental strength: the real key to a more productive and meaningful life. This revolutionary book shows you how.
©2015 Amy Morin (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
This Audible book ranks in the My Top 5 of All personal development media.
I've listened to, read books, watched videos and gone to a load of personal development courses over the last 15 years or so.I've spent a lot of money and downloaded a load of stuff from Anthony Robbins John Demartini and experts in their respective fields like Joe Navarro, James Althucher, Neil Strauss and Tim Ferris.
Completely enlightening. While there are things I am doing right, her examples showed where I was lacking and what I really needed to focus on and improve in myself. If you go through some self-introspection you'll find this audible book incredibly useful. As cliched as it sounds for me it was as if several lightbulbs lit up above my head I was listening to this I has a couple of breakthroughs in things I wasn't even fully cognizant of. It's like I had a session with a psychotherapist who has shown me the roots of my problems and how to deal with them. I look forward to listening to this again.
Finally, the biggest recommendation I can make is this. I "found" this on the internet. I realised after I finished it, I had to buy this.
Buy this. You will not be disappointed.
Les the chick
Some interesting ideas, here. Monotonous voice, though. The narrator may be inspiring on a one to one basis, but is undynamic as a reader and this detracts from the text.
Each chapter is inspiring & easy to relate to. I found it a methodical self help handbook. Well structured easy to follow and very inspiring to make changes.
An avid reader (listener) since childhood. (It says I've been a member since 2017. I've actually been a member since 2014)...
I could've enjoyed this audio book greatly if someone like Oprah Winfrey had read it. I found the performance rather depressing and so took a long time to finish it because I could only listen to it in short spurts....
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