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Better Results and Less Stress through Proven Techniques
To be fully engaged in life means that we have clear goals as well as the focus and skills to accomplish those goals with ease and a sense of calm awareness. In his first book, The Practicing Mind, which remains a bestseller in its category, Thomas Sterner set out clear guidelines for developing focus and discipline to achieve any life goal. As Tom traveled and spoke about the book, he kept track of the questions readers and participants at his seminars asked. The answers to those questions — or more accurately, the exploration of those questions — became the basis of Fully Engaged. This new book explores specific techniques, such as thought awareness training and setting goals with accurate data, and demonstrates how using these techniques will not only help you reach your objectives, but will keep you engaged in each moment of your life, throughout the process of accomplishing those goals. Being thus engaged will result in less stress and more satisfaction in every aspect of life.
Praise for Fully Engaged“Thomas M. Sterner teaches his brilliant concepts in a style that is easy to understand and implement. It doesn’t matter what you want to get better at doing or being; Tom has the teachings that, when applied, will get you there.”— Brooke Castillo, Master Certified Coach and president of The Life Coach School“Your goals should inspire you, not serve as a reminder of what you have left to accomplish. Understanding all that is involved in reaching your goals frees you to experience the joy of achieving them.”— from the book“Given Thomas Sterner’s ability to tap into and awaken our consciousness, Fully Engaged promises to be the work of a modern-day philosopher that people actually care to read!” — Alysia Silberg, UN Women Empower Women Global Champion for Women’s Economic EmpowermentPraise for The Practicing Mind“Where does great performance really come from? Thomas Sterner knows — and he sees how profound the answer is.” — Geoff Colvin, author of Talent Is Overrated“As you embrace the process-oriented approach described in The Practicing Mind, you’ll achieve better results in any endeavor.” — Michael J. Gelb, author of How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci and Brain Power“I use the techniques I have learned from The Practicing Mind every day....I recommend it to all my students because its lessons will help them in both golf and life.”— Eric MacCluen, PGA professional and Director of Golf Instruction at Applecross Country Club“Thomas Sterner...shares insights, stories, and advice for mastering the skills of our choosing with less frustration and more pleasure.” — New Thought