Unbox Your Life
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ISBN-13  978-1-64250-278-7
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Unbox Your Life

Curbing Chronic Complainers, Living Life Liberated, and Other Secrets to Success (Self-Esteem Book, for Fans of The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success or Mindset)

By Tobias Beck

How Keeping Negative People at Bay Can Lead to Positive Thinking and Peak Performance

Successfully steer your own life instead of having it determined by others, advises Tobias Beck in this German bestseller.

Energy vampires, and chronic complainers. We all know a Debbie Downer with a negative attitude, moaning the whole day long because nothing ever goes right: the weather is miserable, it’s Monday, and to top it all off, the doughnut has a hole! Tobias shows us there’s a way out: to simply not bother with such relationships at all. Polarizing, provocative and exaggerated, the Liberated® philosophy urges readers to liberate themselves from negative people in order to live successfully and authentically.

Memorable stories and proven techniques. With success stories that are as entertaining as they are instructive and success factors based on 15 years of personal experience in the field of personality development and behavioral psychology, Unbox Your Life features proven-to-work strategies. Easy to read and unconventional, it is part workbook, self-help, nonfiction, and narrative; it also features funny comics to illustrate how to:

  • Think in terms of chances and opportunities rather than problems and risks
  • Motivate yourself, forge your own path, and let yourself be guided by your dreams and vision
  • Seek out people who support you, let you grow, and move forward

If you have read books like The Empath’s Survival GuideThe Power of Your Subconscious MindHigh Performance HabitsGet Out of Your Own Way, or The 5 Types of People Who Can Ruin Your Life, you’ll love reading Unbox Your Life.

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