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The Mind Gym: Wake Your Mind Up (The Mind Gym)

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The Mind Gym series of books will explore how we can get the most from our brain and use our mind to its full potential. They will offer practical techniques to help readers sharpen the way they think, enabling them to connect better with those around them. This first book will be a general overview to the Mind Gym and will include a summary of their most popular courses, ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 6th 2005 by Time Warner Paperbacks (first published 2005)
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Aj
Jan 12, 2011 Aj rated it liked it
good read if your a coach or competitive athlete. It didn't blow my mind or tell me anything that changed the way I look at things. It helped me remember the power of the mental side of performance. Good read.
Grenville Shurmer
May 10, 2012 Grenville Shurmer rated it it was ok
If this is your first read of a self help book then you will benefit from it .
Much of the content is already out there in other titles ..Same old same old .
Gary
Aug 20, 2010 Gary rated it liked it
Pretty good book, some helpful exercises in there for re-programming your way of thinking and interacting
Laura K
Sep 05, 2011 Laura K rated it really liked it
Very useful, especially the activities to help gain creativity in business situations.
John
Oct 04, 2011 John rated it it was amazing
Of course I read this :) Great!
TonyAlmeida
Como já tive oportunidade de comentar, este livro não era exactamente aquilo que eu estava à espera. O título "Mind Gym" sugeriu-me que se tratava de um livro para "exercício da mente", ou seja um livro de problemas, charadas e pensamento lateral. Fiquei um pouco decepcionado quando verifiquei que se tratava de um livro de "apoio pessoal" (penso que o termo "auto-ajuda" é muito limitado e mesmo pejorativo para este livro) e que não é mais do que a passagem para o papel do conceito de um workshop ...more
Niels Lodewijk
Stole this description that covers what I think of it as well. I quit a bit over half of it. It has short chapters covering different topics.

"Just another self-help book among hundreds, as far as I'm concerned. I suppose if you had the self-discipline to stick at the proposed techniques awhile, it may yield some benefits, but it ultimately offers very little knowledge that you either didn't already know or couldn't work out for yourself. Would not recommend."
Wouter
Mar 28, 2012 Wouter rated it it was ok
Mind Gym contains a few "golden rules" which you can find in every other productivity/self improvement book, along with some practical tips on how to influence others and how they behave. For me personally, after reading a lot of these books, I was hoping to find more. I did not.

The "existential cycle" paradigm explained here is another way of saying people need to break their habits and expand their horizons. The examples given are clear and there are exercises present after each section, but
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Muhammad Sirojammuniro
Wonder! Saya tdk tau asal-usul buku ini ada di perpus rumah. Sangat cerdas! Benar-benar memberikan progres kemampuan kognitif. Cerdas! Berharap lebih dr jilid selanjutnya. Jika ada. Semua teorinya umum dn mudah ditemukan dimana saja, tapi buku ini memudahkan prosesnya.
Lynda
Aug 01, 2009 Lynda rated it liked it
Short funny exercises to reprogram your thinking. Part of a series of books from Britain.
Misha
Dec 02, 2014 Misha rated it did not like it
boring
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