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Managing Thought: Think Differently. Think Powerfully. Achieve New Levels of Success Hardcover – March 11, 2010
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About the Author
Mary J. Lore is the founder and CEO of Managing Thought, LLC, which helps individuals and organizations develop self-awareness and change how they think and conduct business to attain long-lasting success.
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The basic principle of the book is that my brain is a faithful servant that will create whatever reality I believe. So, I can consciously choose my intentions and beliefs first. Then I can watch my thoughts and disregard any thoughts that do not serve my highest purpose.
When I give my brain the script that "I am a gentle and loving father and husband", my brain goes out of its way to prove me right. It works night and day trying to find ways for me to fulfill that purpose. I give my brain the script that "I am an effective and proactive team member at work." It then produces thoughts, and gives me ideas to help me accomplish that. My sub-conscious creativity is tapped and I find new ways to add value.
I might as well have my brain serving my purpose instead of sabotaging me and working against me.
The principles in this book are easy to put into use quickly. They feel powerful and effective.
This is life changing stuff. Highly recommended.
Personally, my "one thing" to work on is recognizing my thoughts. By practicing this, I am able to better handle different situations the way I want to. I am able to create the outcome I desire. I've been able to take control over certain areas of my life, and feel more confident living the life I love.
Professional my "one thing" to work on is seeking to understand. I find myself listening more and asking more questions, which helps me gather details better, and has improved communication between myself and co-workers. After a recent review, one of my supervisors kept me after to share that she has noticed a major improvement in my management skills over the past year, and I have no doubt much of that can be attributed to the lessons of Managing Thought.
I would like to thank Mary Lore for creating and sharing her Managing Thought book and CD's. Listing to Managing Thought as I drive work nearly everyday inspires me to live the life I want to create!