How Not To Worry: The Remarkable Truth of How a Small Change Can Help You Stress Less and Enjoy Life More
May 2012, Capstone
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New Book Which Can Help Worriers Deal With Small Stresses in Life
From Paul McGee, the bestselling author of ‘Self-Confidence: The Remarkable Truth About Why a Small Change Can Make a Big Difference’, now takes on the very current topic of Anxiety, with his trademark light approach and down-to-earth advice.
Worry, stress, anxiety – whichever label you prefer to use – can have consequences that impact not only our lives, but the lives of others around us. When we worry it’s like the engine of our mind is constantly being revved up. It doesn’t allow us time to switch off and rest. It tires you out. And when you’re tired you’re less likely to think straight. And when you’re not thinking straight it’s easy to make stupid mistakes and confuse priorities...
But relax. There is a way forward.
In his new book, ‘How Not to Worry: The Remarkable Truth of How a Small Change Can Help You Stress Less and Enjoy Life More’, Paul McGee, one of the UK’s leading speakers on the areas of change, confidence, workplace relationships, motivation and stress, shows readers that there is a way to tackle life’s challenges in a calmer and more considered way.
The not worrying strategies in the book will be:
- Have realistic expectations
- Be a coach not a critic
- Become a problem solver
- Organize and prioritize
- Action brings satisfaction
- Chill out and sweat it out
- Enjoy the journey
Weaving some examples of his own experiences in this accessible book, ‘How Not to Worry’ includes some illustrations to help break down different sections, for example, sections such as ‘Points to Ponder’ where the he pauses in the narrative to emphasis a point, ‘The Personal Stuff’ for real life case studies, and ‘Take Note’ where he gives the reader an exercise.
Anyone affected by this common feeling of apprehension, fear or worry will learn how to be more effective at work, deal more positively with change, and build better relationships.