The Stories We Tell Ourselves: The Importance of Shifting Your Mindset
We all have stories we tell about our lives. Some are shared in families. Others, with friends. Stories about when we met the love of our life. About the day our children were born. How we found our first job. But there are other stories that we don’t share. Those are the internal stories going on in our heads. The stories we tell ourselves about our worthiness. About how people think about us. Stories that affect how we process the world around us. Stories that rule our nature and impact the quality of our lives. How can we edit these stories and find a better path?
Brad is a former healthcare administrator. He holds a B.A. from S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo and an M.H.A. from Washington University in St. Louis. He no longer works in healthcare but continues to volunteer with non-profit organizations. He is the author of the award-winning novels The Intersect and After the Fall. He also writes a weekly blog: There, I Said it! His third book – What’s That Growing in My Sour Cream? – is a compilation of Brad’s best humor essays. His newest release is Boca by Moonlight, the story of a widower who learns the importance of friendship and family. For more information about Brad Graber go to www.bradgraber.com.
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