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"You are what you think." These were the words of the great Buddha. Such was his faith in the power of the mind that he was able to conclude that what you think, you become.

The mind is a powerful thing to have. The thoughts that run through your mind shape and become your reality. You are one huge magnet. You attract into your life the energy that vibrates in the same frequency that your thoughts are vibrating into. If you think negative thoughts, then you will also attract the same level of negative energy. If you allow positive thoughts to flow through your mind, then positive things will also come your way.

The life that you are living now is the product of your thoughts. Your mind is so powerful that it can create and destroy things at a blink of an eye. Everything begins and ends in your mind. You can give it the power to enslave you, or you can empower yourself to control it.

Be mindful of your own thoughts. Learn to select them the way that you would select the clothes that you would wear. You can't control life from happening, but you can control your mind and the thoughts that run through it - and once you do, you will begin to gain control over your life.

This audiobook will help you understand why you have been losing focus. It was written in a light manner to help you better grasp the reasons for lack of focus in your life. There are no complex theories and concepts to comprehend.

This book was made to help you find your way back to you, to light your way toward your dreams and aspirations, and to give you the courage to regain control of your life.

Give yourself the gift of focus by listening to this audiobook. Allow yourself to break free from your fears and apprehension. Learn how to take charge of your life.

©2015 Stephens Hyang (P)2015 Stephens Hyang

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  • Bassanio Thelwell
  • 30-04-16

It was fine

Didn't blow me away, but was still decent. I expected some new exciting details, but there wasn't much new compared to other books I've tried.

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  • Peaches Sweetness
  • 11-05-21

Just starting to Focus well recommended.

This is a short one that I will listen to again. Nice, short, and sweet.

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  • Matt Read
  • 14-07-21

Great little book that reminds what it takes

This audiobook is a great little book and worth listening to. It has a lot of good pointers.

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  • My Profile Name
  • 11-06-21

Short and sweet

Quick little listen ... but Amazon requires a longer review so I type to fill the requirement 😀 really though, short and sweet little audio book for simple basic reminders. ✌️

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-01-21

Basic listen.

All the steps are things already used by individuals it was however a nice reminder in just over half an hour listen.

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  • Geraldine W.
  • 24-11-20

Generic and predictable

This book is a waste of time as the information is generic and really provides no new substantial insights

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  • Christine
  • 22-11-21

Comfortable Listen

Great narrator. A great listen when you need to get moving. Probably finished it 20 times.

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  • Stacey Robinson
  • 13-11-21

loved and needed it

this book is amazing .I've always had trouble concentrating by staying focused.I never learned how.Now thanks to this book I can understand techniques to become a better learner.

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  • michael mcglasson
  • 10-11-21

Greatly motivational

This is a fantastic self-help book. My only complaint is the author doesn't take into consideration the reasons for lack of sleep and multitasking. While it does colorfully illustrate the importance of getting enough sleep and limiting yourself to focus on one task at a time it fails to understand the obligations one might have.

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  • LovingMom
  • 04-11-21

Quick Easy and Helpful!

As someone with ADHD, challenge with focus, stress, and anxiety are experienced fairly regular basis. While I've found ways to hone in on them for the most part, life happens and can cause a spiral. This was an easy listen and reasonable to apply. Some parts were a little repetitive but overall. Notes were taken, goals created, and a restored will to keep things moving but in a less stressful manner. Thank you!