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About the Book
Four Patterns of Healthy People; Matt Norman
Adult; Self-Help; 139 Pages
Archangel Ink (September 16, 2020)
Identify Recurring Patterns to Grow Beyond What Is Holding You Back from Success and Fulfillment!
Your most powerful work is overcoming the mistakes, flaws, and wounds you have internalized throughout your life. Are you ready to harness that?
Recurring themes of conflict, cognition, addiction, time allocation, and situational responses become patterns that affect your decisions, both positively and negatively.
Once you are aware of these recurring patterns, you can use them to place emphasis on the positive impact and minimize the negative.
Understanding these patterns is step one to becoming a healthier version of yourself.
Do you believe that you can change patterns in how you think and relate to others to have a more fulfilling life?
In 2002, Matt Norman suffered from debilitating panic attacks that sidelined him from business meetings, making it difficult for him to interact with others. Once he learned to recognize the patterns that were causing his anxiety, Matt was able to overcome it. Now, he is a leader in the industry that mentors others on how to do the same.
You have a choice.
You can stay stuck in the same recurring patterns or you can identify and confront those patterns in an effort to grow.
Your brain will remind you of trauma and past experiences to keep you in the same pattern of survival, “Be careful, you got hurt last time!”
It makes you resist change because it might be risky! As a result, you remain in fixed patterns that can limit productivity and be downright debilitating.
This is the brain’s natural reaction, but that does not mean you have to be locked into this limiting behavior. You can create new connections in your brain that encourage new thoughts and actions.
Don’t you think it’s time for you to grow and lead a more fulfilling life?
You’re the reason Matt wrote this book. His passion is to show you how to recognize recurring negative patterns that are holding you back and help you embrace the growth that will carry you to new heights!
Matt Norman is President & CEO of Norman & Associates. Through Norman & Associates, he helps people think and work together more effectively. Matt’s coaching has helped Fortune 100 corporations, non-profits, and entrepreneurs change the way they engage with their employees and clients.
If you’re ready to begin identifying the recurring patterns that are holding you back, confront them, and advance to a healthier and more fulfilling life, then you’re in the right place.
About the Author
Matt Norman is President & CEO of Norman & Associates. Through Norman & Associates, he helps people think and work together more effectively. Matt’s mentorship has helped Fortune 100 corporations, non-profits, and entrepreneurs change the way they engage with their employees and clients. Find out more at http://MattNorman.com.
Tired of struggling, stuck in a rut with your relationships — both with yourself and with others? Are you really, truly ready to take the first step into the truth of what’s holding you back? Would you like to make changes, but you don’t know where to start?
Check out Four Patterns of Healthy People by Matt Norman.
Old patterns and learned behaviors bog us down and we never even notice, because today’s fast-paced life simply doesn’t allow for slowing down to pay attention to the things we do automatically.
In this concise, informative volume, Matt Norman shares his own story of growth and guides readers through a process of self-reflection that reveals unnoticed patterns that hold you back.
With the earthy insight of Brendan Buchard and the down-to-earth tone of Brian Tracy and Stephen Covey, Norman offers up the keys to real change, IF you are brave enough to tackle it (because change is hard and once you learn something, you can’t unlearn it).
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