Overcome Stress or Continue to Suffer

Gold Winner, Category: Psychology/Mental Health – 2010 eLit Global Awards (Illuminating Digital Publishing Excellence) The Jenkins Publishing Group.

Overcome Stress or Continue to Suffer

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No words will magically tell you how to correct thinking, stop compulsive reactions, and move your life and play up a level or two. It takes knowledge, motivation, dedication, effort and practice. OVERCOME STRESS or CONTINUE TO SUFFER, E_Book, shares strategies and specific steps to help get rid of the cause, toxic thoughts, of bad decisions and compulsive reactions. Getting your mind right will help every aspect of your life.

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MISSION STATEMENT: Encourage others to identify, question, laugh at, and render toxic thoughts (negative chatter) powerless to make them suffer. Then, they will look forward to, accept and love reality, make their best decisions, see and act on their best opportunities, stop compulsive reactions and addictions cold, accomplish what they really want, stop worrying, be happy, and enjoy getting there.

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By: Carlos Mortensen, World Series of Poker Champion 2002, World Poker Tour Champion 2005

NO-LIMIT LIFE has not only helped me when playing in many tournaments, but also in many aspects of my personal life

By: Scotty Nguyen, World Series of Poker Champion 2004

I always smile when I see Charlie because I know that my game and my life are about to get better!"

By: Earl Burton, High Point, NC — February 24, 2006

Charlie Shoten's "No-Limit Life" is a book that goes vastly beyond simply improving your poker game. In the book, Charlie helps the reader attack a portion of their game that many of us have no control over, the mindset. He has commendably figured out what keeps many people from achieving the maximum from their abilities, whether at the tables or in the game of life itself.

While most books only point out the signs of difficulties and problems, Charlie has not only shown the signs of what attacks our mental states but also offers ways to counteract these attackers. It is a significant step for a tome that acts as a "help" book when the help is provided in the reading of the book, instead of through much time, expense and continued analysis.

By reading and implementing the advise given in "No-Limit Life", anyone can achieve their goals and ambitions, whether they are a poker player or someone who is in a completely different field. It is useful to anyone in becoming a better human being and Charlie should be commended for his approach to looking at life and its various travails.

Lyle Berman writes letter about Charlie's book — February 28, 2006

When I purchased "No-Limit Life" from Charlie he asked me to be sure I read it. I am very glad I did. I couldn't put it down. I read most of it while I was playing a major poker tournament in Las Vegas. It is a beautiful colorful book, interesting, enjoyable, and puts a smile on your face at every page. It can help you see yourself differently and shift you life's priorities.

I purchased 12 more books as gifts for my family and friends. Later, I ordered another dozen because many of those who received a copy had the same response I had. This speaks of how I feel about Charlie's book. Not only will your poker game improve, but your life as well.

Thank you Charlie for writing "No-Limit Life". Players and non-players of poker all over the world should enjoy and benefit from your wonderful book.

Lyle Berman
Founder/World Poker Tour/Travel Channel
Chairman of the Board/CEO
Lakes Entertainment, Inc.

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Best Books Awards, 2005 — USA Book News Finalist Category: Psychology/ Mental Health

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