Reboot Your Thinking

28 Days to Think Different, Be Better.

The Blurb

Reboot Your Thinking is about how I use 28 daily themes – including fun, mindfulness, boldness, happiness, kindness, shame, guilt, anger, failure, resilience and connection – to think differently and move further towards being the best version of myself. This workbook is full of practical strategies to help you:

* recognise and deal with fear
* overcome low self-esteem
* reflect on and learn from the difficult times in your life
* find your authentic self
* become more connected with others
* improve your life every day.

Learn how to see the world through your eyes, listen to the words being said about you with your own perspective, and be kind to yourself.

“This book is intended as a ’28-days-in-a-row’  kind of thing. Honestly, though, you will see some sort of benefit if the 28-day program takes you 280 days to compete, just as you will definitely see a benefit from going through the 28 days every 28 days, over and over again.”
Nick Bowditch

Who Is This Book For?

‘Reboot Your Thinking’ is for anyone who wants to change the way they think about things, anyone who wants to think different and be better. It’s for people who live with addictions, mental health disturbances, mood disorders, and for the people who live with people who do.

But it’s also for anyone who feels like some days are tougher than others, for anyone who wants to change their reality by first changing the way they view the world. This is a great book for anyone who wants to be a better version of themselves tomorrow than they are today.

What Will You Learn?

After reading ‘Reboot Your Thinking’, you will have a better understanding of why you think things they way you do, what trauma has happened in your past (even if you are largely unaware of it) that affects your thinking today, and, importantly, how to be mindful of those things in order to start healing and moving towards being the very best version of yourself.

Most of all, you will learn the importance of owning your own story, being open and honest with yourself about the things that make you different to other people, and remembering how to love yourself so that you will be able to love others more deeply, and experience life more fully.

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