M.J. Ryan put together 81 ‘game-changing‘ mantras in the book, HABIT CHANGERS. With this book, Ryan will help you overcome some of the obstacles in life that might be holding you back, like: being more focused on your work or projects, communicating more effectively, finding balance in life, being patient, having better self-confidence, less stress, and just being happier.
As the dust jacket to this hardcover book says: habit changers are simple, one-line aphorisms that, when recited, reprogram your brain’s automatic responses. Here, Ryan explains how to use the 81 habit changers that have demonstrated the most profound and lasting results.
After the introduction by Ryan and how these habit changers will work, you get 29 chapters on different topics from Acceptance, Anger, Blame, Decision Making, Happiness, Patience, Problem Solving, Relationships and more. Each of these chapters are broken down into different topics. In the chapter named Fear, the topics discussed are called ‘Handshake Your Fear‘ and ‘Go Down to the Base of the Tree.‘ Each of these subtopics range from one to a couple of pages – just enough to make you think and react to what you’ve read. As an example to the ‘Handshake Your Fear‘ section, it talks about getting in touch with that wiser, braver self to help you act with confidence rather than fear. Treat fear as a friend and help it through that moment that you are facing – in essence, don’t act out of fear, but in spite of it.
Habit Changer is a great book. It’s full of inspirational and motivational goals that are simple to understand and are effective ways to change habits – for the better. So, if you, or one that you know, is always saying, “I want to lose weight,” or “I need a better job,” or “I want to write more and finish that novel,” This book can help you achieve those goals and stick to them.
I was given HABIT CHANGERS: 81 Game-Changing Mantras to Mindfully Realize Your Goals by M.J. Ryan in exchange for an honest review. I honestly recommend it. This is a positive book with great advice and wisdom – and who couldn’t use that more?
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