Stop the Excuses - How to Change Lifelong Thoughts (Book) by Wayne Dyer
Information: 255 pages, paperback
They say: We all have the unique power of self-mastery - the power to do and act however we want. But we also all have doubts and fears, and these often get in the way of us realising our dreams and being able to achieve anything we want.
How do you get past the little voice that says, "I Can't"?
In this latest groundbreaking work, bestselling author Wayne Dyer shows clearly that you can - and you will - by stopping the doubt and starting to believe. He examines closely how our thoughts feelings and behaviours cause us to act as we do and how they can be changed to provide inspiration, encouragement and vital support system for our self-esteem.
You can change and live your life how you want - just stop the excuses!
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Wayne W. Dyer, Ph.D., was an internationally renowned author and speaker in the field of self-development. He's the author of over 30 books, has created many audio programs and videos, and has appeared on thousands of television and radio shows. His books Manifest Your Destiny, Wisdom of the Ages, There's a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem, and The New York Times bestsellers 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace, The Power of Intention, Inspiration, and Change Your Thoughts—Change Your Life have all been featured as National Public Television specials.
Wayne held a doctorate in educational counseling from Wayne State University and was an associate professor at St. John’s University in New York. Dr. Wayne W Dyer, affectionately called the 'father of motivation' by his fans, is one of the most respected people in the field of self-empowerment. In 2015, he left his body, returning to Infinite Source to embark on his next adventure.
Stop the Excuses - How to Change Lifelong Thoughts (Book) - Wayne Dyer
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Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews5 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallI confess to being something of a latecomer to the work of Wayne Dyer. My life has been very much enhanced by his writings and his CDs and DVDs. This book is a welcome addition to my library. Dyer is committed to the philosophy enshrined in the Tao Te Ching and the thoughts of Lao-tzu. This book is, however, a very clear exposition of the best of that under-appreciated Chinese take on life. This book is a detailed instruction manual on getting past the “I can’t” that prevents us from allowing our thoughts to create better lives for ourselves. Dyer talks first about the seven Stop the Excuses Principles: Awareness, Alignment, Now, Contemplation, Willingness, Passion and Compassion. Each Principle is clearly explained and sometimes illustrated with quoatations and examples. Also, each principle is underlined by a section on practices to help us absorb the teaching of the principle in question.
The book also, however, has another section that deals with the means of acquiring the needful paradigm shift. It is written in the form of seven answers that are dealt with individually. On one page there is a chart with all the excuse categories that would deny us creative living along with a brief statement contradicting them if the values put forward in the book are taken seriously. The book ends with aids to reinforcement.
It is a most masterly publication. With over 250 pages it is substantial in more ways than one. For me Dyer can do no wrong. This book must be one of his best and must be read by all those who cannot grasp the truth that life can be structured according to your dreams.4 out of 5 By Anne Marie WelchWayne Dyer tells us that we can achieve anything we want if we just don’t make the usual excuses which we all seem to have, such as: “I can’t really help the way I am, it is not in my nature, I’m not strong or smart enough, I am too old, I don’t have the energy or it is going to be risky”. He tells us to contact our subconscious and “talk” to it. His advice is not to get stuck in the past with old negative patterns which we picked up along the way our adolescence. Wayne gives us seven principles to think about and gives us examples with his own life with an exercise at the end of each one such as: awareness, alignment willingness, passion, compassion. We must found our true self and realise that we can become successful in whatever we decide to do.
I found this book really challenging but a learning experience. A good reminder of how we let excuses take over our lives, and become our truths! Wayne has certainly done well on it so take the action!