This paradigm works!...I've seen men and women give up a lifetime of being overweight or addicted to all manner of substances by simply applying the principles that are inherent in the Excuses Begone! approach to life. If you're truly serious about changing any long-established habits of thought that have led you to use excuses as your rationale for staying the same, then I encourage you to follow the practices presented in these pages.
The seven questions that make up this new set of beliefs are:
Is it true?
Where did the excuses come from?
What's the payoff?
What would my life look like if I couldn't use these excuses?
Can I create a rational reason to change?
Can I access universal cooperation in shedding old habits?
How do I continuously reinforce this new way of being?
|Publisher:||21 Century Books|
|Edition description:||Korean-language Edition|
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About the Author
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer is an internationally renowned author and speaker in the field of self-development. He is the author of more than 30 books, has created numerous audio programs and videos, and has appeared on thousands of television and radio shows.
Table of Contents
Part I Identifying and Removing Habitual Thinking
Chapter 1 Yes, You Can Change Old Habits 3
Chapter 2 Your Two Minds 17
Chapter 3 Your Excuse Catalog 33
Part II The Key Excuses Begone! Principles
Introduction to Part II 67
Chapter 4 The First Principle: Awareness 69
Chapter 5 The Second Principle: Alignment 79
Chapter 6 The Third Principle: Now 89
Chapter 7 The Fourth Principle: Contemplation 99
Chapter 8 The Fifth Principle: Willingness 109
Chapter 9 The Sixth Principle: Passion 121
Chapter 10 The Seventh Principle: Compassion 133
Part III The Excuses Begone! Paradigm Shift
Chapter 11 A New Way of Looking at Changing Old Thinking Habits 147
Chapter 12 The First Question: Is It True? 163
Chapter 13 The Second Question: Where Did the Excuses Come From? 175
Chapter 14 The Third Question: What's the Payoff? 187
Chapter 15 The Fourth Question: What Would My Life Look Like If I Couldn't Use These Excuses? 203
Chapter 16 The Fifth Question: Can I Create a Rational Reason to Change? 215
Chapter 17 The Sixth Question: Can I Access Universal Cooperation in Shedding Old Habits? 227
Chapter 18 The Seventh Question: How Do I Continuously Reinforce This New Way of Being? 241
About the Author 257