'One muscle is going to get more attention than any other in this next decade - the brain' (Sunday Times). The first in a series of self help books aimed at revolutionising the way people use their minds
In much of our lives, our mind operates on autopilot. Rather like the tourist who repeats the same words louder each time the local doesn't understand, we often tend to think and behave in set ways, even if it doesn t get us what we want. However, once we can spot our mental habits, we can change them. And, as result, we are more likely to: make the right things happen; come up with original ideas; achieve more in less time; gain energy and have less negative stress; win people round to our point of view. Over 100,000 people have taken part in and recommended The Mind Gym's workouts. Now, hundreds of these practical tips and techniques based on applied psychology are packed into this book and, with your free personal membership number, at The Mind Gym Online. It's not too late to change your mind...
Re-invent yourself - FINANCIAL TIMES
Think short, punchy fun - GUARDIAN
Send your mind for a workout - DAILY TELEGRAPH
Inventive about techniques to deal with everyday problems - THE TIMES