Book Review – Psycho Cybernetics 2000

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If you are feeling lost or that you are under achieving in your particular field, are missing people skills or not happy with you life, Maxcell Maltz takes you by the hand on a journey, so that you can identify your problems. that are making you feel that way, he then shows you how to change your life.

I have just re-read Psycho Cybernetics 2000 again, many years ago I read the original, but this latest edition is easier to read. Bobbe Sommer a psychotherapist was asked by the Maltz foundation to update it and bring it into the 21st century. This she has done making it easier to read as a work-book with a few additions like the summaries following the chapters.

Since Maxwell Maltz wrote the book in 1960 30 million people have purchased it. His theories and exercises are just as relevant today.

The book takes you on a journey from your current insecurities to becoming the master planner of your life. He illustrates how your current self-image affect your every day life and how to program your success mechanism; how failure habits can become success habits and how to use your subconscious to help you.

You will learn how to use your imagination to guide you to success and how to tap into your left and right brain. You will learn how to identify false beliefs, and how to change them, also how to overcome resistance to change and procrastination.

There is an important chapter on learning to relax, beating stress, and how this will help you. There are also a variety of techniques. You will learn how reflective learning helps prevent stress from taking over, and how to turn stress into success.

You can learn how to make choices over your life and not to live by another's script. Find out how to move from goal setting to goal getting, once again with questions to help you on your journey.

There is help with shaping your success personality, and how to look for failure signals. There are directions to unlock the real you and start really living the life you desire.

Quite a journey, one well worth taking if you are not achieving your potential and have areas you would like to change, or bad habits to correct. Maybe it's that stuck feeling you need some advice for. Whatever it is, a weekends reading could put you on a new track. Best wishes for your success.

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