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Publisher Description

20 True Things You Need to Know

You can create abundant wellbeing and skyrocket your personal effectiveness.

Finally, a psychologist reveals the most important things you need to know to prevent problems, enjoy optimal mental health, and reach life-changing peak performance.

If you’ve ever wanted to truly transform your life, this book is the answer.

We know “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”—but what provides a psychological edge?

Award-winning clinical psychologist Dr Tom Nehmy reveals his most potent insights—his apples—from years of cutting-edge work in scientific research and guiding thousands of people to enhance their lives.

By applying what you learn in this book, you will:

• Experience abundant wellbeing by focusing on six key factors
• Release perfectionism and focus on what really matters
• Slam the door on depression and anxiety
• Discover simple, powerful techniques to make good decisions—every time
• Bust through myths about stress, and use it to your advantage
• Learn crucial psychological skills that prevent problems from even starting
• Have the courage to seek out challenges and fulfil your potential

Clear, actionable habits based on science, wisdom, and knowing what makes people tick.

Welcome to your new toolkit for an awesome life.

GENRE
Body, Mind & Spirit
RELEASED
2019
8 April
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
236
Pages
PUBLISHER
Formidable Press
SELLER
PublishDrive Inc.
SIZE
2.1
MB

Customer Reviews

m j a n ,

Apples for the Mind

This book is a gem. I will be keeping it by my bed where I can dip into it whenever I want. Really helpful.

AnyessB ,

Apples of the mind

Great read. I wish had had this book growing up it would have helped me immensely. It was easy to understand and well written.

JessieKate7 ,

Practical and insightful

This book provided me with an insightful look into training the mind into preventing unhelpful habits of thinking. I wish I knew some of these techniques at a younger age but I look forward to using this book as I approach my mid 30s. Highly recommend this book to people of all ages.