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Manage Your Mind By Gillian Butler

Manage Your Mind
by Gillian Butler

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This guide suggests practical ways of improving many aspects of our lives - our relationships, moods, health, and work. These methods have been developed from the authors' personal experience to help people with the stresses and strains of life and enable them to increase their effectiveness in management.
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Manage Your Mind Summary

Manage Your Mind: The Mental Fitness Guide by Gillian Butler

In the world of self-help and personal development, there are two kinds of books: those that deal with your private life (how to improve your relationships, how to overcome depression), and those that focus on work and professional skills (how to manage time effectively, how to cope with the boss). But two leading clinicians, Gillian Butler and Tony Hope, believe these two spheres aren't so separate - for real psychological well-being, they argue, we need to integrate the techniques of management with those of psychology, feeling with action, and work with play. And they show us how in Manage Your Mind - a ground-breaking, step-by-step guide to the skills and attitudes that will help you be more effective in your work and to enjoy a more fulfilling personal life. Just as simple measures - regular exercise, a sensible diet - keep your body fit, the strategies described in this book will stretch, strengthen, and tune your mind. Your mind is a powerful tool but without the right training, your moods, thoughts, and behaviour can sabotage your goals and cause depression and anxiety. Here Butler and Hope show you how to keep mentally fit - how to tap into your mind's power - so you can enjoy your life to the fullest. Through the powerful, tested techniques they clearly outline, Butler and Hope teach you how to cope with the rigours of everyday life. You can learn to: Build self-confidence - Overcome anxiety and depression - Take positive control of your present and future - Establish and maintain fulfilling relationships with family, friends, and co-workers - Free yourself from fears and persistent worries - Break bad habits - Relieve stress - Develop your full potential - Manage your self and your time - Clarify your goals and values - Manage Your Mind also includes specific, up-to-date information on how to strengthen your memory, stop smoking, sleep better, recover from alcohol abuse, and more. Feeling good is not just a question of addressing a few problems but depends on the development of positive attitudes and superskills that can help you to make the most of your opportunities. Manage Your Mind is a remarkable guide which will help you to lead a more exhilarating and productive life.

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Table of Contents

Introduction; 1. What to expect from this guide; 2. The scientific background; Part 1: The two foundations of mental fitness; 3. Value yourself; 4. You can change; Part 2: Seven basic skills; 5. Managing yourself and your time; 6. Facing the problem; 7. Treating yourself right; 8. Problem solving: a strategy for change; 9. Keeping things in perspective: help from cognitive therapy; 10. Building self confidence and self-esteem; 11. Learning to relax; Part 3: How to improve your relationships; 12. The importance of relationships; 13. The first key to good relationships: being fair to yourself and others; 14. The second key to good relationships: recognizing voices from the past; 15. The third key to good relationships: relationships as systems; Part 4: The twin enemies of good mood; Anxiety; 16. Getting the better of anxiety and worry; 17. Overcoming fear and phobias; 18. Stress: how to live with the right amount of it; 19. Dealing with panic: controlling the alarm system; Depression; 20. Depression - the common cold of the mind; 21. Digging yourself out of depression; 22. How to become less vulnerable to depression; Part 5: Mind and body; 24. Overcoming sleep problems; 25. Good eating habits; 26. Averting problems with alcohol; 27. Tranquillizers and how to come off them; Part 6: The working mind; 28. The fundamentals of effective study; 29. Key study skills: reading, making notes, and using the material; 30. How to improve your memory: 1. The palest ink and other external memory aids; 31. How to improve your memory: 2. Internal memory aids; 32. Making decisions; 33. Thinking straight

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Manage Your Mind: The Mental Fitness Guide by Gillian Butler
Gillian Butler
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Oxford University Press
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