1001 Questions to Change Your Life is the latest from sports psychologist and motivational speaker, Paul Smith. It answers questions in the areas of life, love and work. Questions are centred on life as a game; love and hate; helping yourself to help others; and how to learn to think for yourself. According to statistics, each year there are approximately 2500 suicides and doctors write a staggering eight million prescriptions for antidepressants. Depression is a world wide problem. The World Health Organisation estimates that by 2020, depression will be the second biggest cause of death in developed nations. In the book we are challenged to look at what makes us tick, just by answering a few simple questions like - are you affluent enough, does your anger help or harm you, how much do you want to be loved, are you a world champion worrier, when do you break the law, do you worry about ageing, are you a binge worker, what do you think your life expectancy is, do you feel lucky. While the questions may seem simple, the answers are sure to unlock the key to who you are and how you can change your life. Includes mind-stretching exercises and questionnaires.
- Dewey Decimal: 158
- Physical Description: 5.2"x8.1"x1.0"; 0.7 lb; 280 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2007-11-30
- Health, Mind & Body -- Self-Help -- Personal Transformation
- Health, Mind & Body -- Self-Help -- General
- Health, Mind & Body -- Self-Help -- General AAS
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