Book seven of 2015 is The Practicing Mind by Thomas M. Sterner.
I picked this book up because it is a short one and has such a good rating on all the different reading sites. Plus self improvement is my life's journey.
There is a lot about mindfulness in this book that I already know but Sterner has extended this by giving me new tools to use in trigger situations.
The best thing I got from this book is the Four S technical - Simple, Short, Small and Slow.
For me the Slow part is one I have always loved and have to refocus on. I often remind people that rushing around makes you do things over and over and isn't as efficient as it seems. It is satisfying the anxiety, the ego. The thing is, I have remember this.
I've recommended this book to three people within 12 hours of finishing reading it. It is a good quick read for those of us set on self improvement.
Five slow breaths out of five.
Should I read this? Yes, if you are already in to mindfulness or want some tips on how to start.
What did I learn? Slow down.
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