How to Change Your Entire Life by Doing Absolutely Nothing: 10 Do-Nothing Relaxation Exercises to Calm You Down Quickly So You Can Speed Forward Faster

How to Change Your Entire Life by Doing Absolutely Nothing: 10 Do-Nothing Relaxation Exercises to Calm You Down Quickly So You Can Speed Forward Faster

by Karen Salmansohn
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How to Change Your Entire Life by Doing Absolutely Nothing: 10 Do-Nothing Relaxation Exercises to Calm You Down Quickly So You Can Speed Forward Faster by Karen Salmansohn

How to Change Your Entire Life by Doing Absolutely Nothing clearly, concisely (and even humorously) explains the principle of doing nothing in a mindful way. This is a unique self-help book for lazy-busy people who want to change their lives fast but don't have time to devote to reading long, complicated books.

Salmansohn quickly gets to the point, explaining the principle and power of doing nothing and offering 10 easy exercises that, when practiced sincerely, will allow you to experience a surge of energy, clarity, and speed.

So don't just stand there doing nothing. Read this book...and start really doing nothing!

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ISBN-13: 9780743244725
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Publication date: 01/01/2003
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 4.92(w) x 6.60(h) x 0.52(d)

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How to Change Your Entire Life by Doing Absolutely Nothing: 10 Do-Nothing Relaxation Exercises to Calm You Down Quickly So You Can Speed Forward Faste 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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I'm a big fan of author Karen Salmansohn. I love her previous books, 'How To Be Happy, Dammit' especially -- all of them are entertaining or helpful or both. In this new book, she explains her own idea of 'hocus focused energy magic,' -- paying attention to positive stimuli instead of negative thoughts as a self-help strategy. (One of her Do-Nothing Exercises, for instance, encourages you to focus on the simple, physical pleasure of showering.) I find these suggestions not only humorous, but also actually useful as a philosophy or psychology of life. Dealing with negative thoughts is a huge challenge that requires multiple tools -- and both humor and 'doing nothing' or doing a little routine thing 'mindfully' are helpful. My favorite psychology book on this subject is 'The Positive Power of Negative Thinking' by Dr. Julie Norem. More approaches and perspectives offer increased possibilities for what will help any given person on any given day. Individuals differ and so do our daily moods. It is certainly true that no one size fits all of us. So as part of one's 'tool bag' for dealing with negativity, I recommend 'How to Change Your Entire Life By Doing Absolutely Nothing' by Karen Salmansohn.