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Overview

Aprende a reaccionar de forma positiva.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307882820
  • Publisher: Random House Mondadori
  • Publication date: 5/24/2011
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Translatio
  • Pages: 232
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard Carlson, Ph.D.
Richard Carlson, Ph.D.
In 1997, Richard Carlson, Ph.D., published a little book that became a big phenomenon. Don't Sweat the Small Stuff... and It's All Small Stuff was an instant bestseller, spawning a line of Don't Sweat books that cover everything from motherhood to money matters.

Biography

Richard Carlson, whose Ph.D. is in psychology, is considered one of the foremost experts in happiness and stress-reduction around the world. He is the author of fifteen popular books including the runaway bestseller, Don't Sweat the Small Stuff...and It's All Small Stuff, which was named the No. 1 bestselling book in America for two consecutive years, a feat never before achieved in publishing.

Dr. Carlson has become a worldwide phenomenon as well. His books appear in over 100 countries, resulting in over 40 million people worldwide reading one of the books in the Don't Sweat series. In 1997, he was chosen by People magazine as one of the most intriguing people to watch in the world and has been a popular guest on shows such as The View, Oprah, Today, and CNN.

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    1. Hometown:
      Northern California
    1. Education:
      San Jose State University, Pepperdine University; Ph.D., Sierra University

Table of Contents

Agradecimientos 9
Introduccion 17
1. No sufras por pequeneces 21
2. Haz las paces con la imperfeccion 23
3. Abandona la idea de que las personas dulces y relajadas no pueden ser grandes triunfadoras 25
4. Toma conciencia del efecto de bola de nieve de tus pensamientos 27
5. Desarrolla el sentido de la compasion 29
6. Recuerda que cuando mueras, tu carpeta de cuestiones pendientes no estara vacia 31
7. No interrumpas a los demas ni acabes sus frases 33
8. Haz algo bueno por otra persona... y no se lo cuentes a nadie 35
9. Deja que los otros se lleven la gloria 37
10. Aprende a vivir en el momento presente 39
11. Imagina que todo el mundo es preclaro, excepto tu 41
12. Permite que los demas tengan razon en la mayoria de las ocasiones 43
13. Se mas paciente 47
14. Establece periodos de practica de la paciencia 49
15. Se el primero en actuar afectuosamente o tender la mano 51
16. Planteate la pregunta: Tendra esto importancia dentro de un ano? 53
17. Rindete al hecho de que la vida no es justa 55
18. Permitete estar aburrido 57
19. Disminuye tu tolerancia para el estres 61
20. Una vez por semana, escribe una carta cordial 63
21. Imaginate que asistes a tu propio funeral 65
22. Repite para ti mismo: La vida no es una emergencia 67
23. Experimenta con tu fuego lento 69
24. Dedica un momento de cada dia a pensar en alguien a quien darle las gracias 71
25. Sonrieles a los desconocidos, miralos a los ojos y saludalos 73
26. Dedica un rato de cada dia al silencio 75
27. Imaginate a las personas de tu vida como ninos muy pequenos y como adultos de cien anos de edad a la vez 77
28. Procura comprender primero 79
29. Aprende a escuchar 81
30. Escoge tus batallas con sabiduria 83
31. Toma conciencia de tus estados animicos y no te dejes llevar por los momentos malos 85
32. La vida es una prueba. Solo es una prueba 89
33. Los elogios y las acusaciones son lo mismo 91
34. Practica actos de amabilidad espontaneos 93
35. Mira mas alla de lo que se ve a simple vista 95
36. Aprende a ver la inocencia en la actitud de los demas 97
37. Siempre es preferible ser amable que tener razon 99
38. Diles a tres personas (hoy) lo mucho que las quieres 101
39. Practica la humildad 103
40. Cuando haya dudas acerca de a quien le toca sacar la basura, sacala tu, sin mas comentarios 105
41. No quieras hacer que todo sea perfecto 107
42. Dedica un momento, cada dia, a pensar en alguien a quien quieres 109
43. Hazte antropologo 111
44. Aprende a aceptar que existen realidades distintas 113
45. Desarrolla tus propios rituales de ayuda 115
46. Cada dia, dile al menos a una persona algo que te gusta, admiras o aprecias de ella 117
47. Justifica tus limitaciones, y jamas las superaras 119
48. Recuerda que todas las cosas llevan la huella de Dios 121
49. Resistete al impulso de criticar 123
50. Escribe tus cinco posturas mas inflexibles y mira si puedes suavizarlas 125
51. Solo por divertirte, muestrate de acuerdo con las criticas dirigidas contra ti (y luego mira como desaparecen) 127
52. Busca lo que pueda haber de acertado en las opiniones de los demas 129
53. Considera el vaso como si ya estuviera roto (al igual que todo lo demas) 131
54. Acepta la realidad: vayas a donde vayas, no podras escapar de ti mismo 133
55. Respira antes de hablar 135
56. Muestrate agradecido cuando te sientas bien y cuando te sientas mal 137
57. Conviertete en un conductor menos agresivo 139
58. Relajate 141
59. Adopta a un nino por correo 143
60. Convierte tu melodrama en un microdrama 145
61. Lee articulos y libros que expresen puntos de vista por completo diferentes de los tuyos, e intenta aprender algo 147
62. Haz una cosa por vez 149
63. Cuenta hasta diez 151
64. Practica la posicion de estar en el ojo de la tormenta 153
65. Se flexible con los cambios dentro de tus planes 155
66. Piensa en lo que tienes en lugar de pensar en lo que quieres 157
67. Dedicate a la practica de hacer caso omiso de tus pensamientos negativos 159
68. Predisponte a aprender de los amigos y la familia 161
69. Se feliz alli donde estes 163
70. Recuerda que te conviertes en aquello que mas practicas 165
71. Relaja tu mente 167
72. Practica el yoga 169
73. Haz del voluntariado una parte integral de tu vida 171
74. Haz un favor y no pidas, ni esperes, otro a cambio 173
75. Piensa en tus problemas como en maestros potenciales 175
76. Aprende a vivir con la incertidumbre sobre el manana 177
77. Aceptate como eres 179
78. Concedete un respiro 181
79. Deja de culpar a los demas 183
80. Levantate temprano 185
81. Cuando intentes ser servicial, concentrate en las pequenas cosas 189
82. Recuerda: dentro de cien anos, todos calvos 191
83. Alegrate 193
84. Ten una planta 195
85. Cambia la actitud que tienes hacia tus problemas 197
86. La proxima vez que te encuentres discutiendo con alguien, en lugar de defender tus posturas intenta comprender primero el punto de vista del otro 199
87. Redefine la expresion logro significativo 201
88. Escucha tus sensaciones (estan intentando decirte algo) 203
89. Si alguien te pasa la pelota, no tienes por que cogerla 205
90. Un acontecimiento pasajero mas 207
91. Llena tu vida de afecto 209
92. Toma conciencia del poder de tus propios pensamientos 211
93. Abandona la idea de que cuanto mas mejor 213
94. Preguntate siempre: Que es realmente importante? 215
95. Confia en tu intuicion 217
96. Abrete al Que es...? 219
97. Ocupate de tus propios asuntos 221
98. Busca lo extraordinario dentro de lo corriente 223
99. Dedica algun tiempo a tu trabajo interior 225
100. Vive este dia como si fuese el ultimo de tu existencia. Podria serlo! 227
Lecturas sugeridas 229
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