• Stop Overthinking

  • How to Overcome Negative Thinking, Procrastination, Anxiety, and Other Negative Emotions. How to Increase Self-Esteem, Self-Confidence, Emotional Intelligence and Productivity.
  • By: Mark Mind
  • Narrated by: Daymon Knox
  • Length: 5 hrs and 4 mins
  • 3.3 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Stop Overthinking

By: Mark Mind
Narrated by: Daymon Knox
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Publisher's Summary

Are you an overthinker? Or do you know someone who overthinks? Help yourselves by listening to this audiobook!

Learning to harness the power of positive thinking is not a new concept at all. It traces its modern-day roots back to people like Dale Carnegie and Napoleon Hill, both of whom wrote extensively about the benefits that positive thinking can have on a person's life and their future success.

It’s time now to learn how to change the way you think to help you become more successful. Make no mistake, learning these techniques will do nothing for you unless you embrace and implement them into your daily routine as a habit.

It may sound difficult, but once you start to change the way that you think and how you view life, you’ll begin to notice improvements.

This audiobook covers the following topics:

  • How to develop self-confidence
  • Ways to develop the habits of successful people
  • Why and how to stop procrastination in your life
  • Ways to avoid decision fatigue
  • Challenging your thoughts
  • Embracing mindfulness as an efficient alternative to overthinking
  • How to stop overthinking with positive self-talk
  • Reframing your negative thoughts
  • How to use meditation to deal with overthinking
  • And much more

Those who apply learned optimistic behavior to their lives daily, trying to view the world and the situations around them in a more positive light, are able to challenge negative self-talk. This is often a cause of overthinking.

They have discovered that those who are more optimistic, benefit in the long run by:

  • Coping better
  • Enjoying better overall health
  • Enjoying better relationships with others
  • Experiencing a reduction in feelings of anxiety and depression
  • Living longer
  • Enjoying greater overall success in life
  • Being more motivated

There are many long-lasting benefits that those who choose to think more positively can experience throughout their lives. When facing setbacks common in everyday life, these individuals can bounce back much quicker and look for positive ways to learn and grow from these experiences.

We all cope with stress in different ways, but with a positive outlook, you seem to find solutions to problems quicker than those who are stuck on the negative. While stress can be challenging, it can be overcome with work.

While these are just a few of the benefits of choosing to think positively, there is a caveat that needs to be considered in these circumstances. Extreme optimism and positive thinking can lead people to believe that they are virtually indestructible and can take on the world. As a result, they often bite off more than they are able to chew and then suffer the consequences of placing themselves under extreme stress to prove themselves capable.

For the most part, the caution is to be moderate and realistic in all things. This amounts to being able to remove any rose-tinted glasses that you may have donned to view the world through and, rather, seeing things for exactly what they are.

Order this book now to help yourself or your loved ones to stop overthinking!

©2020 Mark Mind (P)2020 Mark Mind

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