Talking To Yourself Is Not Crazy

Change your inner dialog take control of your life

by Dr. Larry Markson

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 20/01/2011

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 180
ISBN : 9781452542447

About the Book

That’s right, regardless of what anyone says, Talking To Yourself Is Not Crazy, especially when you do it on purpose, as an instrument to bolster your confidence and strengthen your ability for peak performance.

Self-talk is what you think and say about yourself, both in your head and aloud, each and every morning of your life and throughout the day. It is a method of helping you to feel good about yourself, to pepper your subconscious mind with thoughts and emotions that you want to embed, so that when the time comes you can reference and express them with sincerity and conviction.

The self-talk that I am speaking about in this book is the talk you use to either simply program your brain to attract what it is that you want to create in your life or to overcome adversity and turn your thinking process around to something more productive.

About the Author

Dr. Larry Markson, Personal Empowerment, Practice & Business Success and Prosperity Coach, has devoted his professional life to helping others transform their thoughts, actions, and feelings to experience the fulfillment of their life’s goals.

For nineteen years, Larry was a practicing Doctor of Chiropractic with an extremely successful facility in Flushing, New York.

In 1980, he founded Markson Management Services, a strategy-based practice management and coaching firm for chiropractors. In 1997, he co-founded The Masters Circle with Drs. Dennis Perman and Bob Hoffman, an identity-based personal coaching and seminar company that taught chiropractors and their assistants how to expand their concepts and visions.

In 2006, Dr. Markson founded his favorite venture, The Cabin Experience – a Breaking Free - Personal Freedom Retreat for twenty-five people at a time.

In 2008, Larry founded The Markson Connection and wrote his book, Talking to Yourself is Not Crazy.