Simple Tools for Clarity, Understanding and Betterment

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ProCreative Pty Ltd, Oct 13, 2013 - Self-Help - 60 pages
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Simple Tools for Clarity, Understanding and Betterment provides useful tools for those who are wanting or needing to engage with, and create desired, healthier, better, successful futures.

In the early part of the book a number of tools are presented to break through and see beyond many accepted fixed beliefs that block the path to results, well-being and betterment.

The latter part of the book provides tools for engaging the future, in quite literal, practical and useful terms.

Examples are given of how the future 'feeds' into our present awareness, providing exceptionally insightful and useful information with which to create one's desired future.

This book will appeal to entrepreneurs, sales and creative people who are visionary, creative, and results-orientated.

Feedback says that many intelligent, discerning thinkers and high achievers have greatly enjoyed and gained value from my work and I encourage you to further enhance, or develop your ability to think more critically, achieve more, and more effectively “see around corners” with my eBook.
[Stephen Pirie (21 October, 2013)]

Early endorsements:

"This book by Stephen Pirie is a masterpiece. It is a magnificent guide to help one think outside the box with the issues we experience in life. This book is small in size but big in ideas. It is a brilliant book full of intelligent humour for the thinking, open-minded person. Stephen demonstrates incisive observations of human behaviour and traditions and shows how in casting aside old myths one is guided to understand and overcome difficult or interesting times in one's life."
Robert Colquhoun, Barrister and Philosopher
(Sydney, Australia)

"Stephen condenses a lifetime of research and experience into less than 50 pages – each part a tool that will result in immediate clarity regarding our beliefs, what we can do to both understand and change these beliefs and pre-emptively live the future. Recommended reading."
Steven Lesser, Managing Director
InfoWorks International Pty Ltd

"Stephen Pirie’s is a playful nature, full of a mischievous verve that compliments his very considerable intelligence. What he has done in his Simple Tools for Clarity, Understanding and Betterment, is create a practical quantum handbook for those foundering in an outdated conception of what constitutes “reality”. Stephen’s presentation is lively, humorous, and conversational, free of mind-numbing disquisitions on quantum mechanics theory in the abstract. Most physicists chunder on about physics as an objectified body of knowledge that has no immediate relevance to the feelings and kinesthetics of getting on with life. Stephen simply grabs what is immediately useful and applies it to what is needed to get the job done.
Simple Tools is exactly what it calls itself, a service manual for fixing broken belief systems. It is the right tool for a very specific job.
Stephen’s book is a guide to action in the present, which promises to alter what that present means in a completely transfigurative and lasting way. It is a transformative work much needed during this increasingly compelling, ever-widening transition in human consciousness.
Stephen's book is a guide to action in the present, which promises to alter what that present means in a completely transfigurative and lasting way. It is a transformative work much needed during this increasingly compelling, ever-widening transition in human consciousness."
Frank Juszczyk, Ph.D
[Emeritus Prof. English, Western New Mexico University]

Endorsements for Stephen's earlier work (BE and BECOME)

"Stephen Pirie's book, Be and Become, provides valuable insights and guidance principles for those of us who realize that "doing business as usual," simply won't work in the 21st century. Be and Become is not just a sit down and read book but a workbook designed for you and the problems you will surely face in this new century and, taking some of the ideas found in it in mind, this millennium.
Borrowing from the quantum metaphors of the previous century, Pirie demolishes the old Darwinian saw and replaces it with a shining and hopeful spiritual vision." 

Dr. Fred Alan Wolf (Dr Quantum)
Author, Taking The Quantum Leap

"The book Be and Become is a significant contribution to the burgeoning field of self-development and spiritual awareness."
Deepak Chopra
chopra.com

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Simple Tools for Clarity, Understand and Betterment is a marvelous piece of work demonstrating an enormous distillation of complexity into simple meaningful tools to improve one's everyday interactions with life.
Well done, Steaphen.
Reminds me of an old Sufi saying... "Because you understand 1 you think you understand 2 because 1 and 1 is 2. But first you must understand AND."
Gene Bellinger
Systems Thinking World (http://linkd.in/1jnr8Qq)
 

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Steaphen walks his writing.
His BELIEF and Enthusiasm in the human spirit is why Simple Tools for Clarity:
Simply shines the Light for us.
Sharon

Contents

1 The Stretch Tool
2
2 The Choice Tool
8
3 The Big Now Tool
15
4 The MakeLikeEinstein Tool
32
5 The Cycle Tool
45
6 3 2 1
58
7 Additional
59
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About the author (2013)

Stephen Pirie has used intuitive 'gut feelings' to build a new business in a highly technical industry in which he had no prior experience; regain wellness in the face of severe, debilitating illnesses; write books revealing the deeper quantum processes at work in daily life, and other examples that demonstrate how intuitive abilities 'feel forward' to feed creative solutions, insights and pathways to betterment.

Stephen is the Belief Institute Director, author, and a belief-systems specialist (covering business, social, scientific, political and personal dimensions to life).

Extended author bio at  http://beliefinstitute.com/bio/stephen-pirie

Reviews of Stephen's books at http://beliefinstitute.com/reviews

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