Chasing the dragon’s tail by Craig Fullerton (Book review #854)

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Chasing the Dragon’s tail is a self-help book demonstrating how one could chase the Dragon’s tail to inspire and enlighten the Dragon’s tail from within. The aim is for the reader to achieve whatever they want once they finish reading the book. How? Well, the author begins by applying neuroscience and cognitive psychology. He discusses values and motivations, passion, mindset, and modeling, inducing certainty, and decisiveness.

The author introduces himself as someone grateful. He appreciates all the advice, encouragement, and elements that have made him who he is today. I found that appealing.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“It’s all about how we feel, not what we think that makes all the difference.” -Craig Fullerton

Chinese dragons symbolize potent and auspicious powers. For this reason and the fact that they are lucky and strong, he titles his book this way. You truly do feel empowered and gain that rush of positive energy when you read this book. It is clear that the author has researched and re-read everything he has written many times over again in order to make sure everything is ship-shape order.

Every chapter comes with an inspirational quote, which alone makes you wonder about the true meaning of the citation.

I recommend this book to anyone who wants to make a significant change in their life and gain true happiness from within.

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