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Read Not to Discover—

  • Stop Stepping In It Now!
  • How To Live a Positive Life
  • How To End the #1 Cause of Failure and Error
  • How To Motivate More Efficiently and Effectively
  • How To Stop Doing the Opposite of What You Want to Do
  • How To Practice REBT More Efficiently and Effectively

One Simple Change Works Wonders: Not

  • Don’t feel a need for therapy?
  • Don’t have time for self-improvement programs?
  • You can change your life by changing one thing now!
  • Read Not to change your life by changing your relationship to no-ts.
  • Not will give you twelve principles to improve the central-life-issue of how you deal with no-ts.
  • Improving this one issue will positively impact every area of your life.

Improve Relationships: Read Not

  • If you want to improve your relationships, health, and happiness, then purchase and read Not today!
  • Enjoy the ongoing benefits of improving your relationship to one constant life issue.
  • Not can help with parenting, teaching, coaching, managing, relationships, addictions, codependency, relaxation, problem-solving, emotions, anxiety, anger, depression, and stress coping, among other issues.

What Is No-ting? Read Not

  • “No-t” is defined as a thought that contains some form of a not-based word or phrase in it.
  • Examples of nots include cannot or can’t, do not or don’t, have not or haven’t, must not or mustn’t, ought not or oughtn’t, should not or shouldn’t, will not or won’t, would not, or wouldn’t.
  • No-t is used for when the word not is treated as a thing or subject, and no-ts is simply the plural form of no-t
  • No-ting is used when the word not is treated as a verb or for the transfer of energy.
  • While this takes some getting used to, its advantages in maintaining the difference between the word not and the use of the word not as more than a word are necessary.

How and When to Use Not: Read Not

  • Correct and incorrect no-t usage is the focus of this book.
  • Twelve principles of no-t usage are presented and explained.
  • No-t principles are ordered from simple to complex.
  • The twelve principles overlap, so repetition and redundancy exist.
  • Repetition is beneficial to learning the principles, understanding the principles, remembering the principles, the right practice of the principles, and making the principles your new habits.
  • The no-t principles require your testing and proving in order to be effective for you.
  • Fearlessly challenge them for the greatest benefit.

Change One Thing, Change Your Life: Read Not

  • Not is your opportunity to change one thing to change your life and impact all those around you. Read Not today!
  • REBT practitioners use Not to understand how to update and refine your practice of REBT for greater effectiveness and efficiency.
  • For example, use this book to understand why you should be looking for “should nots” instead of “shoulds.”
  • Also, understand how it is “nots” that cause things to be viewed as terrible, horrible, and awful.
  • Philosophers can understand Not as an exposition on the nature of evil.
  • Ever wonder why you do the opposite of what you want to do? Ever wonder why others do the opposite of what you want them to do?
  • Read Not for the definitive answer.

Change Your Life: Reduce Your No-ting in Not

  • After you change your relationship to no-ts, your life will change.
  • Changing your life for the better will promote positive change in all those you relate to.
  • Progress is doing the bad less and the good more.
  • Progress is doing the wrong less and the right more
  • Practicing right no-t usage more and wrong no-t usage less is progress.
  • Change your relationship to no-ts, change your life.
  • “To no-t, or not to no-t: that is the question.” —Kevin Everett FitzMaurice

CONTENTS ORGANIZED BY CHAPTER


Chapter 1

Definition of No-t


Chapter 2

First Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 3

Second Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 4

Third Principle of No-t Usage

  • Two Kinds of Stress

Chapter 5

Fourth Principle of No-t Usage

  • Two Kinds of Nots

Chapter 6

Fifth Principle of No-t Usage

  • Three Productive Options: 3PO
  • Rules for 3PO: Rescue, Fix, Accept

Chapter 7

Sixth Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 8

Seventh Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 9

Eighth Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 10

Ninth Principle of No-t Usage

  • Two Kinds of Nots, Again

Chapter 11

Tenth Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 12

Eleventh Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 13

Twelfth Principle of No-t Usage


Chapter 14

Problematic Emotions and No-t Usage


Chapter 15

Problematic Responses and No-t Usage


Chapter 16

Problematic Reactions and No-t Usage


Chapter 17

Expectations and No-t Usage


Chapter 18

Common Anti-no-ting Strategies


Chapter 19

Common Ways of Speaking about No-ting


Chapter 20

Collections

  • Twelve Principles of No-t Usage Collected
  • Two No-t Facts Collected
  • Secrets Collected

Chapter 21

Helpful Reminders


Chapter 22

End

  • Write and Delineate
  • Challenge
  • Definition of Terms
  • End Notes
  • Suggested Readings
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International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

  1. Ebook ISBN: 978-1-878693-17-4
  2. Paperback ISBN: 978-1-977052-93-3
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