Keep calm and read me a book
Keep Calm & Read A BookSo, what I would like to share today is simply an experience I had when I travelled to England several years ago. This is something that concerns us as Africans and although, it is a problem we are already dealing with at the moment here and there, we need to intensify effort to get to the root and shove it out. In other words, we need to a mindset change towards this pressing issue. I used to love to shop just leave the matter before you say shopping is a female sport. This faithful day, I had left home, enroute Oxford circus. As I got on the tube, I was ready to shop — ATM card loaded, some quid in my pocket and a mental shopping list.
Keep calm and read this! How slogans are taking over the world
I got inspired to write my second novel from a slogan. He shared it with me to stop me getting upset over a long ago experience. But I soon found myself getting more bothered by those five words than I was by the past so I suppose it worked in a roundabout way. Is sharing and reading them really all you need to set you back on the path to happiness? And whose version of happiness is it? A literary quote gets carved from beautifully assembled words for the individual to interpret.
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Annette lays out all of her methods with clear explanations, followed by simple every-day exercises that can help make an important difference. This book is a must read for riders and trainers who wish to understand the performance psychology of this sport. It covers everything from handling pressure, to goal setting, visualisation, and more. Of course, working with Annette on top of reading the book helps to put everything into practice, and really get the best results! Step by step the book explains how our complex brain works and reacts in situations that are so recognizable to all of us. Annette describes how we can have more influence over our own minds and delivers practical tips that allows riders to work on their focus, competition stress, self-confidence and setting achievable goals.