No More Bananas

No More Bananas
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Publisher : Effectual Strategy Press
Total Pages : 261
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ISBN-10 : 9789082344363
ISBN-13 : 908234436X
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Book Synopsis No More Bananas by : Jeroen Kraaijenbrink

Download or read book No More Bananas written by Jeroen Kraaijenbrink and published by Effectual Strategy Press. This book was released on 2019-06-21 with total page 261 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: “Feel better, get done more and become a nicer person” In this age of social media, fake news, individualism and information overload, the certainties we relied on in the past are gone. In our quest for assurance and support, the only seemingly dependable pillar left is other people. So we look to them. But they are unsettled too. And by looking to them, we create and perpetuate our own vicious stress-cycle. As a result, we lose our sensible selves. And we go bananas. But there is good news. If we look around us, there are people who withstand the collective lunacy and stay grounded. They do something that most of us have a hard time doing: they stay themselves. And the best news is that what they can do, you can do too. It doesn’t require any special talents or supernatural powers. It only requires doing. In this amiable, open and accessible book, Jeroen Kraaijenbrink takes you on his personal journey out of Bananaland. Drawing from cognitive psychology, martial arts, Saint Benedict, personal experience, and a wide range of other sources, the book offers a nine-step approach with some remarkably practical advice for keeping a cool head in the collective lunacy. “Free yourself from the collective lunacy and reclaim your calm and sensible self”


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