The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It
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Do you ever wish you could tell the voice in your head to just shut up? We all have that internal monologue that narrates our lives, analyzes our decisions, and sometimes sends us into toxic overthinking. It shapes our identity, helps us process experiences, and determines our views in a world of perpetual change. Finally, Ethan Kross gives us the toolkit to harness the power of our internal chatter—to step back from our own minds and see where we need to be heading.
What does this SNAP Summary Include?
- Synopsis of the original book
- Key takeaways from each chapter
- Why internal monologue is more of a guide than an enemy
- The mental distancing tools that help counter toxic rumination
- Editorial Review
- Background on Ethan Kross
About the Original Book:
Do you sometimes talk to yourself or find your mind wandering off? If you are lost in spirals of fear, anxiety, or generally unhelpful negativity, Professor Kross says you’re normal. Now, you need to learn how to control that chatter and listen to all the marvellous ideas your inner voice has to offer. Once the cacophony dissipates, you may even find more inspiration than you would have ever dreamed of. Go outside, connect with a friend, and say your own name—then listen to the voice.
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