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Peter Hollins

The Art of Intentional Thinking (Second Edition)

Your mental models and mindsets will determine your life. Harness and control them to achieve the impossible.


All we can control in this life is our thoughts, which lead to perception and action. If your thoughts are running amok, it will throw your life into chaos. The life you want comes from the way you think — you need to learn how to think intentionally.


Discard unconscious, harmful beliefs and embrace your true power.


The Art of Intentional Thinking is a guide on transformation. Your actions, behaviors, and perspective of the world stem from your thoughts. Unfortunately, this may be harming you rather than helping you. This book takes a deep look into how people tend to think, what exactly how they should subtly re-frame their thoughts to feel confident, powerful, happy, and in charge of their own life.
Intentional thinking is your vehicle to get from Point A to Point B — Point B is the life you want. Every chapter has actionable advice to implement today. The changes are small and simple, but they have huge implications.


Change your thinking to change your life.


Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.


Learn to reshape unhealthy thought patterns and think clearly.


How to seize agency and control of your life.
•Gain perseverance and willpower quickly.
How to think in terms of taking action and motion.
•How to think big, yet with realistic steps.
Embrace gratitude, humility, and thoughtfulness.
136 printed pages
Original publication
2019
Publication year
2019
Publisher
PublishDrive
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