Friday, December 4, 2015

The Resilience Reflex Book Tour: Giveaway for a $25 Amazon Gift Card or PayPal Cash

Why are so many people today using the "stress" word 24/7?

What would life be like if we were given the opportunity to learn how to bounce back, increase productivity, lower absenteeism and overcome adversity by developing our resilience?

Zaheen Nanji's new release, The Resilience Reflex, is engaging and not only provides 8 keys to overcoming barriers, but outlines Zaheen’s 3-step signature system. Reading this book will inspire you to find solutions to your most pressing personal and professional challenges. The book includes inspiring success stories and self-assessment questions that help the reader discover their limiting patterns and how they can change them.

In this no-nonsense, easy-to-read book you will:
  • Release old patterns of being stuck, overwhelmed and anxious by learning simple techniques to create new thought patterns and move from chaos to control.
  • Learn how to Reprogram new ways of finding solutions.
  • Find the Resolve to take action and eliminate your fears and procrastination.
  • Learn the 8 Keys to becoming Resilient in life and business.
  • Learn the 3 steps to building your resilience reflex in life and business.
  • Find your passion and purpose.
Sooner or later, we all get curveballs. It happens to everyone. At some point, we all wind up with our backs against the wall and need to make a comeback. So how do we do it?

To learn more about Zaheen Nanji and her work, click here!
Visit the author's Amazon page here.

Guest Post by the Author

Depression is global and affects many individuals no matter what their age, class, or race. The World Health Organization reports that, globally, an estimated 350 million people of all ages suffer from depression.*

Many individuals who have lived in war-torn countries or have fought in wars need to deal with their traumatic memories so that they can heal. Researchers are looking for people who demonstrate a greater capacity to cope, overcome adversity, in the hope of helping others learn how to become more resilient to stress and trauma.

I am no stranger to life's ups and downs; I was able to overcome many struggles throughout my life. I have bounced back from not being able to speak because of my speech impediment, and from moving halfway across the world without my parents at the age of 15. I lived in a country ravished by war called Africa. At age 5, an incident left me with a speech impediment -- stuttering. I was also able to overcome a long battle with food, once being 40 pounds overweight.

Yet I managed to complete my education in Nutrition & Food Science, and Environmental Health. I built 2 businesses -- a wellness centre and my professional speaking career. This journey led me to write two books and to become an award-winning author.

Both of my books, Attract Your Ideal Weight: 8 Secrets of People Who Lose Weight and Keep It Off, and my new release, The Resilience Reflex, dive into the behavior changes and mindset of people who have been successful and provide real-life experiences of people who have overcome their obstacles.

The Resilience Reflex helps you build your mental resilience muscle by learning simple techniques to easily manage challenges or change, and have the ability to bounce back. This book provides everyday coping skills; developing resilience helps people in life and business.

The Amazon bestseller The Resilience Reflex is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iBooks. When you order the book, you receive as a bonus gift: The Resilience Reflex Workbook: 3 Powerful Steps to Get Unstuck and Bounce Back, which is available at http://zaheennanji.com/.

Book Excerpt

Notice the beliefs you have formed about events that have occurred in the past and how they guide your behaviour. Stuttering was my survival mechanism in case I couldn’t cope, but then it became ingrained as a neural pathway, and at the same time excellence became my coping mechanism. Both of these mechanisms caused conflict throughout my life because I wasn’t sure who I wanted to be or what I wanted. I’m still learning more about myself every day.

Devote time to take inventory of your life and force yourself to do things that matter to you most. Delegate tasks that others can do efficiently and be very aware of your primary senses -- the images you visualize, the things you say to yourself, and the feelings you vibrate; ensure they are positive. New changes take time to implement and embracing change takes practice.

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GIVEAWAY

PRIZE 1: One winner will receive a $25 Amazon Gift Card or PayPal Cash
PRIZE 2: One winner will receive a free copy of the eBook.

This giveaway is open internationally. Enter through the Rafflecopter form below.

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19 comments:

  1. I've been diagnosed with depression before so I'd like to read this book :)

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  3. Thank you for having Zaheen Nanji on your site.

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  4. I'm leaving a comment on Susan Heim on Writing site. I have some issues connected with my brain. Right now I'm working on getting and keeping sugar out of my diet.

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  5. I left a comment on Susan Heim On Writing. Thank you for the post and giveaway.

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  6. This book sounds like it would be very helpful for me to read! I am leaving a comment on susan heim on writing.

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  7. Sounds like a very interesting read! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Thanks for the info about this new author for me. Sounds like a great book for learning new life skills.

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  10. Thanks for the guest post on the website!

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  11. Sounds like agood prize package. Thank you.

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  12. depression runs in my family so this would be interesting. (this is me leaving a comment for your contest)

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  13. I have a loved one who suffers from depression and would love to win.

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