“Self-discipline, focus, patience, and self-awareness are interwoven threads in the fabric of both true inner peace and contentment in life. Together, living in the present moment and being process-oriented is the path that leads us to these all- important virtues. This magical path is there for everyone. It offers its untold riches to us all. “The Practicing Mind” is about remembering what you already know at some level and bringing that memory into the present, where it will serve to both place you onto the path and empower you to partake in the journey.”
~ Thomas M. Sterner from The Practicing Mind
The Practicing Mind.
It’s the key to true inner peace and contentment in life. In a world that conditions us to obsess about goals and outcomes, it’s easy to miss the importance of the process. The PRACTICE.
That’s what this book helps us cultivate. Thomas Sterner brilliantly (!) helps us bring discipline and focus into our lives to experience the presence and joy that comes as a result. (Bonus: We also create a frictionless path to our goals as well!)
I can’t remember how I discovered this book but I’m glad I did. If you’re feelin’ it, I think you’ll love it as well. (Get the book and learn more about Thomas at thepracticingmind.com.)
For now, let’s jump in and explore what it means to practice and how to cultivate our minds!
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