Fancy an easy read this weekend? Can I recommend...
Mind Your Mind: Using the power of words
It explains how we are always trying to work things out consciously and forget or don't know our subconscious knows all the answers and is super fast too.
It gives you lists of core beliefs that you can turn from limiting to positive using the words laid out for you in an easy to use guide. I refer to 4 scientists too whose work has been so important in the world of wellbeing and mind/body connection.
Happy reading 📚
P.S. My latest book Where Does Time Go? Is out now #Amazon #Waterstones #barnesandnoble #allbookshops
From the author of Mind Your Mind: Using the power of words comes a short read to help you work out where your time goes and choose what you want to do going forward with your life minutes.
We all have the same number of life minutes each day. 1,440 if you are wondering.
The action within this book does not take more than a few seconds each day, and the good news is you only have to do it for a week to find out what you are doing with your time and where you want to make changes.
In order to move forward or make changes, sometimes you need a little stocktake. Working out how you are spending your time is an ideal place to start.
About the Author
Before she started writing books Amanda organised exhibitions at The NEC, Earls Court and outdoor venues across London, she has had an eclectic mix of jobs including Promotions and Events Manager for The Countryside Foundation for Education, Alton Towers (hotel and conference marketing team), she has been a landlady (and can pull a pint), she was one of the co-founding Directors of Hoarding Disorders UK (CIC) and contributed to Co-Director, Jo Cooke's book 'Understanding Hoarding'. Amanda is an EFT practitioner and a professional dowser. Amanda gained her BA (Hons) in Business Studies alongside working full time. Throughout her career, Amanda has had to be very organised with her time management.Since 2009, Amanda has been working as a mental health practitioner, helping people one-to-one and now trains Practitioners in Mind Your Mind Techniques. A technique that Amanda founded herself.