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By Barbara Sher
Don't understand what to do along with your existence? interested in such a lot of issues that you just can't select only one? New York Times best-selling writer Barbara Sher has the answer--do EVERYTHING!
With her renowned profession counseling periods, motivational speeches, workshops, and tv specials, Barbara Sher has turn into recognized for her amazing skill to assist humans outline and attain their objectives. What Sher has found is that a few participants easily can't, and shouldn't, decide upon a unmarried course; they're genetically stressed out to pursue many parts. Sher calls them "Scanners"--people whose targeted form of brain doesn't 0 in on a unmarried curiosity yet really scans the horizon, desirous to discover every thing they see.
In this groundbreaking booklet, readers will learn:
• what's in the back of their "hit and run" obsessions
• while (and how) to complete what they start
• how you can do every thing they love
• what form of Scanner they're (and which instruments they should do their absolute best paintings)
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You also need to feel comfortable with the speed with which a memory or memories can come alive. When I do this exercise – and other exercises like it – I travel back and forth through my life. I find myself in different locations, with different people, feeling different emotions and hearing, seeing, smelling, touching and tasting different things. The reminiscences come so thick and fast it’s like being on a rollercoaster, zipping this way and that way through my personal history. I hope it felt at least a bit like this for you, too.
The simple image of the strawberry will still ping up, but perhaps you can taste it this time? Or maybe you can smell it? Is the skin pitted or glistening? Is the strawberry growing on a plant, or is it in a bowl with other strawberries? If you let your mind wander freely, the chances are that the associations will get both broader and richer. They’ll become more vivid. Perhaps you remember a day when you went on a picnic and ate strawberries. Were you with a friend? Were the strawberries dipped in chocolate or dunked in cream?
I believe that we are, in a sense, preconditioned to pigeonhole our experiences into certain categories. If I said to you the word “strawberry”, I suspect that a picture of a strawberry would come into your mind. There it is – fat and red with a green stalk. But if you let your mind go, set it free, what happens? The simple image of the strawberry will still ping up, but perhaps you can taste it this time? Or maybe you can smell it? Is the skin pitted or glistening? Is the strawberry growing on a plant, or is it in a bowl with other strawberries?
Refuse to Choose!: Use All of Your Interests, Passions, and Hobbies to Create the Life and Career of Your Dreams by Barbara Sher