Back in Charge!: A Guide to Harnessing the Magic of Your Brain to Create the Life You'll Love Julie Clayton Hot

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By Julie Clayton     October 06, 2011    
 
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143
Date Published
May 15, 2009
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1591810892
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9781591810896
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1591810892

Most of us feel challenged in some area of life - our careers, our health, our relationships. We are being thwarted by the hardwiring of our brains. Adrianne Ahern's techniques train the brain to support optimal health, success, and well-being. These techniques can help you: increase focus, creativity, and eagerness; meet life's challenges with confidence and calm; positively and effectively respond to change; reduce negative impacts of a stressful life; experience more energy and joy.

Interactive, fun, and engaging, Back in Charge! helps you learn the same life-changing techniques Dr. A teaches peak performers, including Olympic athletes and industry leaders. Back in Charge! includes two interactive CDs with which Dr. A personally guides you through brain exercises easy enough to practice while driving to work--yet so powerful, you will be able to create the life you want.

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This is by far one of the best self-help books I’ve read for understanding how the brain works to keep us in familiar and repetitive loops of thinking habits—and for changing those patterns. It is written with such straight-forward clarity and relevant examples of how the brain operates from “conditioning” that it is a quick and easy read, although I suggest you take you time and to really absorb the powerful message and change tools being offered. My copy came with two CDs designed to guide the process of successfully rewiring the neuropathways of one’s brain. This isn’t a self-improvement book, this is a gift for permanent change. As the author says, she isn’t trying to help people replace unwanted habits with more desirable habits; she wants to help people be “cageless”—to be free from negative conditioning so that we can achieve our highest aspirations.
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Julie Clayton Reviewed by Julie Clayton August 23, 2012
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This is by far one of the best self-help books I’ve read for understanding how the brain works to keep us in familiar and repetitive loops of thinking habits—and for changing those patterns. It is written with such straight-forward clarity and relevant examples of how the brain operates from “conditioning” that it is a quick and easy read, although I suggest you take you time and to really absorb the powerful message and change tools being offered. My copy came with two CDs designed to guide the process of successfully rewiring the neuropathways of one’s brain. This isn’t a self-improvement book, this is a gift for permanent change. As the author says, she isn’t trying to help people replace unwanted habits with more desirable habits; she wants to help people be “cageless”—to be free from negative conditioning so that we can achieve our highest aspirations.

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