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Thursday, November 16, 2023
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Book: Unstick Your Mind: Shift Your Mindset, Develop Grit & Break Barriers
Author: Mimika Cooney
Genre: Christian Non-Fiction, Mindset, Women’s Christian Living, Personal Growth
Release Date: May 8, 2023
Do you question why you have negative thoughts? Every problem in life starts with a thought. Often we get stuck in perpetual cycles of bad thought patterns that cause us to repeat behaviors, over and over again.
But what if there was another way? What if we could unlearn the limiting beliefs, thoughts and ingrained patterns we learnt from childhood? What if we could free our minds and become who ever we wanted to be?
The good news is that you are not stuck with the brain you have!
You may think its is a pipe dream, but the reality is based on the concept of neuroplasticity. The brain is an amazing organ that is always learning.
Mindset is changing the way you think. You CAN learn new ways, new habits, and new success driven behaviors to finally achieve your goals.
Read this book for dealing with anxiety, and if you want to get over stress and anxiety. Come with me on a journey of self discovery and unlock the power of your mind!
Discover what elite athletes, CEO’s and high achievers do to unlock their full potential. Once you learn how to shift your mindset and develop grit, you will be positioned to break through any barrier holding you back!
In this powerful book you will discover…
* How to recognize limiting beliefs that are holding you back.
* How to take control of runaway thoughts that derail you.
* How to reinvent your habits for better productivity.
* How to partner with God to unlock your true potential and purpose!
This anxiety book for Christians is designed to help you move past stuck to successful.
Are you ready to change your life by changing your mind?
Mimika Cooney is a leading faith-based Christian Mindset Author and Speaker known as the “Personal Trainer for your Mind”. She empowers Christians to rewire their brain by combining neuroscience, positive psychology, and a faith-based approach. She loves to empower purpose-driven individuals to transform their lives by shifting their mindset habits and patterns, as they pursue growth to achieve extraordinary results.
Mimika is the creator of the “Unstick Your Mind“ a mindset mastery method, a transformative program that equips Christians with the tools to achieve their breakthroughs. Mimika will teach you how to unstick your mind, develop emotional resilience, and unlock your true potential by becoming the boss of your brain!
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Unstick Your Mind was written from a place of deep pain and frustration. Having experienced anxiety, depression and disillusionment for years, I searched for sound biblical advice to help me get out of my mental rut. What I discovered was a lack of useful content that could help turn my compass toward Christ on my journey to mental wellness. After throwing myself into the world of neuroscience, positive psychology and coaching; I emerged with a fresh perspective and a passionate voice to help fellow Christians navigate the amazing miracle of renewing our mind God’s way. The good news is that you CAN change the way you think and completely overhaul your thinking when you focus on renewing your mind using biblical strategies and neuroscience.
This is a book that will be used many times by me. I sometimes wish I could tell my mind to be quiet and it would actually listen. With this book I have tools that will help me stop the negative thoughts. The author provides practical tools along with scriptures and stories that help readers overcome what the enemy uses to deter us from God.
I liked the scientific facts provided as well. It is evident that much research has been done in the book to guide us to make clearer and more Biblical decisions. There is hope and I like that the author teaches us about doubt, anxiety and taking control over our minds.
I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.