Have your anxieties ever stopped you from accomplishing important day-to-day tasks? Do you frequently find yourself wondering about all the things you would love to change about your past? Are your doubts and insecurities preventing you from achieving your goals in life? Or do you simply feel overwhelmed by your thoughts? If so, read on…
The truth is, we all experience feelings of anxiety, negative thoughts, and worries from time to time. After all, life is about balance.
However, fixating upon these negativities ruins the balance.
Ignoring this problem for too long causes the minor inconveniences and uncertainties in your mind to accumulate, forming the foundations of a self-destructive habit—overthinking.
Experts have long recognized the severe impacts of overthinking on one’s physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. Even your relationships with the people you care about suffer, if you continually dwell on the troubles and burdens from your past, present, and future.
Fortunately, you can take charge and regain control of how you would move forward from this situation.
With the right strategy and a strong drive to break free from the shackles of overthinking, you can bring about significant, positive changes in every aspect of your life.
However, diving into this with no preparation at all would turn everything you do into a fool’s errand. Therefore, it is best to first read this comprehensive guide on – How to Stop Overthinking: 8 Proven, Practical Techniques to End Anxiety, Stop Negative Thinking, Overcome Worrying and Live a Healthier, Happier Life.
Rather than simple explanations on the what’s and why’s of this maladaptive behavior, each chapter is packed with practical strategies and techniques that you can act upon immediately.
Break yourself free from overthinking one step at a time by going through the relatable case studies and quick practice tests provided at the end of every chapter.
By the end of this book, you will be able to:
• Discover the various factors in your life that causes you to overthink.
• Gain a deeper, well-rounded understanding of your thoughts and behaviors.
• Know how to get unstuck from your past, live in the present, and be unafraid of your future.
• Unravel simple and effective strategies to help you manage your day-day tasks.
• Learn how to deal with bad relationships that causes you to overthink.
• Apply effective mindfulness techniques to help you deal with your anxieties, negative thoughts and worries.
• Uncover your passions and pursue your goals without being fearful of the “what-ifs.
• Become more proactive in transforming your life and relationships for the better and,
• Keep yourself from falling back into the habit of overthinking.
Sounds too good to be true? Not at all, if you consider that the most important variable here is your attitude towards the advice and action points given in this book.
Your decision to end the habit of overthinking has led you to this book. Listen to that part of yourself rather than the apprehensions that are keeping you from a happier and a more fulfilling life.
If you want the key to unlock a healthier and happier life, free from the distractions that causes you to cripple with anxiety, negative thoughts and worries, then you should download this book which is going up for free for a limited time (7th – 9th Nov, 2019).
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Charles P. Carlton, a former consultant with a top big 4 global consulting firm, Ernst & Young and a Fortune 100 best companies to work for is a “change your mindset, change your life” and self-help professional, devoted to showing you the tricks on how to hack your life to get the most out of it.
Charles spent many years in the corporate world and often having a feeling of emptiness that came with his corporate life, he began a personal quest to find what he felt passionate about and to figure out how to quiet the “thoughts in his head” that kept him confined to what seemed a comfort zone. His quest for self-discovery led him to retire from the corporate world, branching out on his own to fulfill his life-long goals of being a self-help coach, writer and entrepreneur.
Today, he focuses on helping others on their journey to self-discovery, self-motivation, personal development and productivity in their daily lives.
He enjoys traveling and loves observing the beauty of nature from where most times he gets many thought-provoking inspirations.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org