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Choose your story, change your life : silence your inner critic and rewrite your life from the inside out

by Hall, Kindra,

Format: Print Book 2022
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Summary

The things we tell ourselves affect how well or poorly our path in life goes. It's time to flip the script on the internal stories you tell yourself and live life on your terms.

Most of the "self-stories" you tell yourself--the kind of person you say you are and the things you are capable of--are invisible to you because they have become such a part of your everyday mental routine that you don't even recognize they exist.

Yet, these self-stories influence everything you do, everything you say, and everything you are.

Choose Your Story, Change Your Life will help you take complete control of your self-stories and create the life you've always dreamed you'd have. Author Kindra Hall offers up a new window into your psychology, one that travels the distance from the frontiers of neuroscience to the deep inner workings of your thoughts and feelings.

In Choose Your Story, Change Your Life, Kindra will help you:

Uncover the truth of how you have created the life you have; Challenge everything you think you know about how your life has been built; Uncover the clear steps you can take to create the life you want; Take control of your self-story to become the author of who you are; and Live your life in a way you never have before.

This eye-opening, but applicable journey will transform you from a passive listener of these limiting, unconscious thoughts to the definitive author of who you are and everything you want to be.

Changing your life is as simple as choosing better stories to tell yourself. If you can change your story, you can change your life.

Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "Hall, the "Chief Storytelling Officer" at Success magazine, follows up Stories That Stick with an exhaustive guide to reimagining and rescripting "self-stories" that may have kept readers from progressing in their lives. She defines self-stories as often subconscious thought patterns designed to protect the thinker, but which can often be critical or limiting, and breaks down how to dismantle these "habits" of thought by addressing what she calls internal "tip-of-the-iceberg" statements, such as "I've got a good job, that's enough" or "I'll never be an entrepreneur," which allow "glimpses into the larger stories that steer our life." Hall lists steps (and sub-steps) to rewrite these narratives, such as "choose a story that serves you" and "insert stories at trigger moments," bolstered by examples of clients who have used her steps to redesign their lifestyles, finances, and relationships. In a book about stories, Hall walks the fine line of sharing too many; toward the end, she weaves together so many client examples that readers may lose the thread. In true storyteller fashion, Hall leaves nothing left unsaid, for better or for worse. Agent: Kathy Schneider, Jane Rotrosen Agency. (Jan.)"
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Additional Information
Subjects Self-actualization (Psychology)
Self-talk.
Self-perception.
Conduct of life.
Self-help publications.
Publisher [United States] :2022
Language English
Description xxii, 249 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-244) and index.
ISBN 9781400228409
1400228409
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