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100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, Third Edition: Change Your Life Forever

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"If you take the best of Wayne Dyer and add it to the best of Anthony Robbins, what you would have would only be half as good as Steve Chandler."
--Dale Dauten, Chicago Tribune

"Some books that can help you awaken and begin to change are ones by Steve Chandler, who, I am reading lately. Great stuff. I'm becoming a fan of Steve Chandler."
--Joe Vitale, best-selling author of The Attraction Factor and contributor to The Secret

"Steve Chandler ...

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Overview


"If you take the best of Wayne Dyer and add it to the best of Anthony Robbins, what you would have would only be half as good as Steve Chandler."
--Dale Dauten, Chicago Tribune

"Some books that can help you awaken and begin to change are ones by Steve Chandler, who, I am reading lately. Great stuff. I'm becoming a fan of Steve Chandler."
--Joe Vitale, best-selling author of The Attraction Factor and contributor to The Secret

"Steve Chandler lights you up with the glow of his internal neon…. [He is] one of the funniest men I've ever known…what he proposes is so rock solid and reassuring…."
--Lisa Schnebly, The Arizona Republic

"100 Ways to Motivate Yourself is wonderful, inspirational, honest, and courageous. It speaks from every page. It is definitely a book I will recommend to my clients and friends."
--Devers Branden, coauthor of What Love Asks of Us

With the third refreshed edition of 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, Steve Chandler helps you create an action plan for living your vision, in business and in life. It features 100 proven methods to positively change the way you think and act--methods based on feedback from the hundreds of thousands of corporate and public seminar attendees Chandler speaks to each year. The book now also includes techniques and breakthroughs he has created for individual coaching clients.

100 Ways to Motivate Yourself will help you break through the negative barriers and banish the pessimistic thoughts that are preventing you from fulfilling your lifelong goals and dreams. This edition also contains new mental and spiritual techniques that give readers more immediate access to action and results in their lives. If you're ready to finally make a change and reach your goals, Steve Chandler challenges you to turn your defeatist attitude into energetic, optimistic, enthusiastic accomplishments.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781601632449
  • Publisher: Career Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/22/2012
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 178,171
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author


Steve Chandler is one of America's best-selling authors whose dozens of books--including the best-sellers 100 Ways to Motivate Others, 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself, The Hands-Off Manager, and Reinventing Yourself--have been translated into more than 25 languages, with best-sellers in China and Japan. He is also a world-famous public speaker who has been a guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows. Chandler has been a guest lecturer at the University of Santa Monica where he teaches in the graduate program of soul-centered leadership. He has been a trainer and consultant to more than 30 Fortune 500 companies worldwide.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Motivation Requires Fire 11

100 Ways to Motivate Yourself

1 Get on your deathbed 15

2 Stay hungry 17

3 Tells yourself a true lie 19

4 Keep your eyes on the prize 20

5 Learn to sweat in peace 21

6 Simplify your life 23

7 Look for the lost gold 27

8 Push all your own buttons 28

9 Build a track record 29

10 Welcome the unexpected 31

11 Find your master key 31

12 Put your library on wheels 33

13 Definitely plan your work 35

14 Bounce your thoughts 37

15 Light your lazy dynamite 38

16 Choose the happy few 39

17 Learn to play a role 41

18 Don't just do something...sit there 42

19 Use your brain chemicals 44

20 Leave high school forever 45

21 Learn to lose your cool 47

22 Kill your television 49

23 Break out of your soul cage 50

24 Run your own plays 51

25 Find your inner Einstein 52

26 Run toward your fear 54

27 Create the way you relate 56

28 Try interactive listening 58

29 Embrace your willpower 59

30 Perform your little rituals 60

31 Find a place to come from 62

32 Be your own disciple 63

33 Turn into a word processor 64

34 Program your biocomputer 65

35 Open your present 66

36 Be a good detective 67

37 Make a relation-shift 69

38 Learn to come from behind 70

39 Come to your own rescue 72

40 Find your soul purpose 75

41 Get up on the right side 80

42 Let your whole brain play 81

43 Get your stars out 83

44 Just make everything up 84

45 Put on your game face 85

46 Discover active relaxation 87

47 Make today a masterpiece 88

48 Enjoy all your problems 89

49 Remind your mind 91

50 Get down and get small 94

51 Advertise to yourself 96

52 Think outside the box 99

53 Keep thinking, keep thinking 101

54 Put on a good debate 104

55 Make trouble work for you 106

56 Storm your own brain 110

57 Keep changing your voice 112

58 Embrace the new frontier 113

59 Upgrade your old habits 115

60 Paint your masterpiece today 117

61 Swim laps underwater 118

62 Bring on a good coach 120

63 Try to sell your home 124

64 Get your soul to talk 126

65 Promise the moon 127

66 Make somebody's day 128

67 Play the circle game 129

68 Get up a game 132

69 Turn your mother down 135

70 Face the sun 136

71 Travel deep inside 137

72 Go to war 138

73 Use the 5 percent solution 140

74 Do something badly 142

75 Learn visioneering 144

76 Lighten things up 146

77 Serve and grow rich 147

78 Make a list of your life 149

79 Set a specific power goal 151

80 Change yourself first 152

81 Pin your life down 153

82 Take no for a question 155

83 Take the road to somewhere 157

84 Go on a news fast 158

85 Replace worry with action 160

86 Run with the thinkers 163

87 Put more enjoyment in 164

88 Keep walking 166

89 Read more mysteries 168

90 Think your way up 170

91 Exploit your weakness 171

92 Try becoming the problem 172

93 Enlarge your objective 174

94 Give yourself flying lessons 176

95 Hold your vision accountable 178

96 Build your power base 180

97 Connect truth to beauty 181

98 Read yourself a story 183

99 Laugh for no reason 184

100 Walk with love and death 185

101 Just roar! 193

102 Experiment with happiness 194

103 Catch life by the handle 197

104 Leave yourself messages 198

105 Try reinventing yourself 199

106 Choose responding over reacting 200

107 Apply the book you read 201

108 Do what you can do today 204

109 Create a different system! 206

110 Enjoy your resistance training 207

Bibliography 209

Index 213

About the Author 219

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