It's not your fault and you don't have a disease. Using simple terms, Dr. Barbara Warren and Angelika Drake explain the difference between a Thinking Person, Blended Person and Feeling Person. A specific wiring in the brain controls certain behaviors. With the appropriate guidance, new neurological pathways can be developed in your mind, and a more efficient lifestyle will be achieved. A third of our population does not do what needs to be done. This serious condition prompts useless depressions, causes the loss of jobs, wrecks families, and consequently ends in an ill-fated standard of life. People subsist with dreadful guilt and shame but they don't know how to escape their predicament. If you are constantly not on time or aren't the organized, neat individual that your friends or co-workers are, relax and discover why. Feeling People are not controlled by the same impetus as Thinking People. Awareness of who you are and why you feel the way you feel will help you gain invaluable insight into your extraordinary Feeling Persona. Dr. Warren's clients and students learn in which situations they should Feel and in which they should Think. By making the right decisions they identify their own three-fold persona, and they become skilled to carry out the 60% of obligations that have to be done. Dr. Warren's research of this topic for over twenty years and her lectures about the same subject for fifteen years have given her the opportunity to uncover information not available anywhere else. Her unrivaled theory gently lends a hand to anyone who suffers from not measuring up. As an ultra-distance athlete, Dr. Warren brings valuable lessons from the extreme into the lives of her students and clients. She has touched the edge of ultimate survival many times, and it is her mission to decode for the public the crucial secrets for achievement and performance. Her emphasis would not be complete without a section on health, which is directed specifically to this personality ...
  • ISBN13: 9780759690974
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2003
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00176
Publication DateJune 12, 2003
Primary CategorySelf-Help/Personal Growth - Success

Do What You Don't Want to Do: Achieving Excellence as a Procrastinator

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