Goal Setting for Teens

Goal Setting for Teens

What Do You Really Want? How to Set a Goal and Go for It! A Guide for Teens, by Beverly K. Bachel

Being pcover83890-medium.pngroductive and well organized isn’t just for adults. Today more than ever teens have to learn how to manage time, set goals and make the best out of it. This book is a good way to get them on the right path, cutting off all the stress and the anxiety.

This updated edition helps teens understand their dreams, set real goals, priorities and deadlines by using easy strategies that really work.

Boost your confidence and power up the positive! Visualize your success and go for it!


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The Little Book of Big Change

The Little Book of Big Change

The Little Book of Big Change. The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit, by Amy Johnson

The Little Book of Big Change has an interesting approach to understanding and breaking all those unhealthy habits that keep us from achieving our own goals, especially when self discipline a41KfRUyTp-L._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgnd willpower aren’t enough.

Our thinking determines what we experience in every moment of our life, and that means that even a single new thought can radically change that specific experience.

Brain research shows how the brain can change as a result of our own thinking, and how it can rewire itself as a function of how we think about our own thinking. So, when you start thinking in a new way, change easily happens.

A good book, well written and easy to understand.

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My Brain is a Bitch.

My Brain is a Bitch.

The Worry Trick: How Worry Controls You and What You Can Do to Take Back your Life, by David Carbonell

Unknown-1I have to admit that I struggled with this book. I am very curious about anxiety and how the brain keeps us”en garde”, but I found this one a bit heavy to digest.

Don’t get me wrong, it’s well written and very informative, yet to me it doesn’t get to the point. Ok, my brain is a bitch that likes to trick me, now what?

If it’s true that our brain has the ability to imagine different scenarios and play appropriate responses, it’s also true that this so called “ability” can drives us crazy when there’s no real danger in front of us.

Overall I liked Dr. Carbonell’s approach but I still have a lot of questions about how to transform anxiety into a powerful resource.

With that being said, you’re probably wondering if this book is worth it. Well, don’t expect that too be an easy reading but yes, I think you can give it a try and see what Mr.Carbonell has to say.


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