Mojo is a quality that attracts people to you, making you feel successful and full of energy.
It’s a GREAT feeling!
Scientist Ann McCracken is an authority on the topics of stress, well-being and resilience, and believes she has found a way to get your MoJo back on Monday morning, or indeed any other day of the week.
In this inventive new book, How to get back your MoJo, she brings her scientific and medical research background to simplify recent leaps in knowledge of Neuroscience which have clarified the mind-body connection.
Ann suggests we all have an inner Gremlin which feeds on our emotions and this then directs our behaviour. The controversial aspect of the concept, is YOU can choose what emotions you give your Gremlin to eat, resulting in stress/ill health or feeling GREAT and recovering your MoJo/feel-good factor.
Positive emotions like delight, excitement and empathy create MoJo and good health, whereas unhelpful emotions like anger, despair and helplessness create passive and out of control feelings.
This book presents a unique way to consider taking control of your reactions and your health.
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About the Author
She launched her private practice after training as a Stress Management Practitioner, Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner. Since then, Ann has worked with more than 2,000 clients, adding further skills to her already extensive repertoire: Reiki 2, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Eye Movement Desensitising and Reprogramming (EMDR), CBT, Management and Emotional Intelligence Coaching.
In conjunction with her private practice, Ann was Director of AMC2, a company focused on management training on how to avoid stress and achieve well-being and resilience. She has worked with PLCs, SMEs and Public Sector organisations for the past 18 years.
With her colleague, Jenny Edwards, Ann wrote an ISMAUK accredited e-learning programme on stress, well-being and resilience which now resides on www.e-careers.com.
As Chair of the International Management Association in the UK (ISMAUK) from 2004 to 2008, Ann regularly gave radio interviews to local and national networks and wrote copy for magazines. She was interviewed by Jenni Murray about stress for the Radio 4's Woman's Hour.
Since 2003, Ann has developed her keynote speaker profile at conferences throughout the UK and India on a wide variety of topics, including her beloved Gremlins.
She's used the 'Gremlin' concept to explain how people can regain their MoJo because it clarifies the concept of self-responsibility.