Hopefully you’ve gotten your free copy of The Greatest Self-Help Book Ever Written and have read it as least once.
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The simple idea taught in this book can help us with everyday challenges.
Take technology for instance.
The miracle that is supposed to help us can often become a sinkhole of time, and if we let it, despair.
Over the weekend I spent 6 hours installing new subscription software.
It promised to be easier, faster and simpler than what I had previously.
Until I tested the payment link and it displayed in German!
Well, my first reaction was definitely not “philosophical.”
But because I am a student of this book as well an an instructor, I used the principle available to me:
There are things in our control and things that are not in our control.
I did what was in my control – set up everything to work very nicely, and be faster for users. It is cool stuff.
As for the German language issue – I did a little research and left a tech support request for the seller. (The button still works and will give people access to the site, which is still in English.)
I would certainly like the seller to help me fix the issue, but that is not in my control.
And if he doesn’t fix it, there are solutions that are within my control.
And so I went on with the rest of my weekend, spent time with the family and our new baby.
Focusing on what was in my control.
Which is all The Greatest Self-Help Book Ever Written teaches.
Over time, the “secret power” of the book and our support materials will help you turn this simple idea into a skill – a mental state which you use to interact with yourself and the world.
You will be calmer, think more clearly and have more energy for the things you want to do.
I hope you decide to access the full program, which includes the audiobook, explanatory MP3s and case studies for how to apply this 2,000-year-old teaching to daily life.
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