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Managing Your Monkey
Mind Fitness / Change Your Life / Save Your Life
by Alan Steelman

Overview


Racing thoughts, stress, anxiety, and self-gaslighting---the monkey mind---our greatest life challenge. The four critical factors in achieving our life and professional goals and a life of resilience and emotional balance: Success (self-limiting beliefs), premature aging (DNA aging), physical health (undigested stress), and mental well-being (ability to surf the choppy seas of life). Along with twelve intimate personal profiles to illustrate, it provides a specific practical regimen using the Six Pillars of Well-Being to provide what can be a iife changing and in some cases, life saving experience.

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Description


The seas of life are choppy. We can't change the external events in our lives, but we can adopt methods and techniques to navigate the choppy seas and even the periodic tsunamis that can otherwise traumatize. A dream of a life-changing and in some cases, life-saving experience is available if the regimen is followed and executed with discipline. Provided are life stories, with pictures of individuals whose lives have been impacted in dramatic ways by its adoption. For those who employ the Six Pillars, awaiting them is a life of resilience and ability to adapt and even sometimes thrive in the midst of some of life's greatest challenges. The brick house and its ability to withstand the "rains, floods and winds" referenced in the book of Matthew is a good metaphor for the Pillars and what they provide us. Purpose is the roof and sleep is the foundation upon which the other pillars rest. A dedicated ccommitment to the Six Pillars Regimen provided here will truly change your life. Go forward and execute with discipline.

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About the author


Alan Steelman is a best-selling author, a former member of the U.S. Congress, a former member of the White House staff, and former vice-chairman of Alexander Proudfoot Company. He is a certified yoga instructor. His high achievement has been recognized by many reputable publications. Time Magazine listed him as one of the 200 Emerging Young Leaders in the United States. The Dallas Times Herald refers to him as "one of the best ever sent to Congress from Texas." Lastly, New Times Magazine named him one of the top ten best congressmen in the country during his second term. Alan's family history of manic depression inspires his passion to write on the topic of mental health. By pure luck of the genetic draw, he didn't inherit the gene. His only brother took his life at age 36 and his father and three of his five brothers also struggled with bi-polar depression. His mission in life is to help others overcome the battle of the mind and live a happy and productive life.
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Book details

Genre:BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

Subgenre:Healing / General

Language:English

Pages:138

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781667852386

Paperback ISBN:9781667852379


Overview


Racing thoughts, stress, anxiety, and self-gaslighting---the monkey mind---our greatest life challenge. The four critical factors in achieving our life and professional goals and a life of resilience and emotional balance: Success (self-limiting beliefs), premature aging (DNA aging), physical health (undigested stress), and mental well-being (ability to surf the choppy seas of life). Along with twelve intimate personal profiles to illustrate, it provides a specific practical regimen using the Six Pillars of Well-Being to provide what can be a iife changing and in some cases, life saving experience.

Read more

Description


The seas of life are choppy. We can't change the external events in our lives, but we can adopt methods and techniques to navigate the choppy seas and even the periodic tsunamis that can otherwise traumatize. A dream of a life-changing and in some cases, life-saving experience is available if the regimen is followed and executed with discipline. Provided are life stories, with pictures of individuals whose lives have been impacted in dramatic ways by its adoption. For those who employ the Six Pillars, awaiting them is a life of resilience and ability to adapt and even sometimes thrive in the midst of some of life's greatest challenges. The brick house and its ability to withstand the "rains, floods and winds" referenced in the book of Matthew is a good metaphor for the Pillars and what they provide us. Purpose is the roof and sleep is the foundation upon which the other pillars rest. A dedicated ccommitment to the Six Pillars Regimen provided here will truly change your life. Go forward and execute with discipline.

Read more

About the author


Alan Steelman is a best-selling author, a former member of the U.S. Congress, a former member of the White House staff, and former vice-chairman of Alexander Proudfoot Company. He is a certified yoga instructor. His high achievement has been recognized by many reputable publications. Time Magazine listed him as one of the 200 Emerging Young Leaders in the United States. The Dallas Times Herald refers to him as "one of the best ever sent to Congress from Texas." Lastly, New Times Magazine named him one of the top ten best congressmen in the country during his second term. Alan's family history of manic depression inspires his passion to write on the topic of mental health. By pure luck of the genetic draw, he didn't inherit the gene. His only brother took his life at age 36 and his father and three of his five brothers also struggled with bi-polar depression. His mission in life is to help others overcome the battle of the mind and live a happy and productive life.
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