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The Chimp Paradox (Prof Steve Peters), Paperback - £5 Instore @ Tesco (Bournemouth)
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Meathotukdeals21/09/2019 22:17

What does the author propose?



It's essentially a method to control your negative thoughts and impulses - from simple things like being lazy, to dietary discipline and lots of stuff inbetween.

The 'chimp' is theoretically a small part of your your brain and the book teaches you how to understand and control it. An example might be how to combat nerves before a big meeting or presentation.

There's also a kid's version, which I bought for my 2 young boys - both of whom loved it and understood their version pretty much straight away.

I genuinely really liked the book and the author presents (and writes) in a very easy to understand and relatable way
Edited by: "HutchAW" 21st Sep 2019
I've read the book and listened to it on audiobook and I think it's great - well worth a fiver, in my opinion.

Nice find
I like my chimp, makes better decisions than I ever can.
An excellent book, I'd recommend everyone reads it.

Professor Peters worked with Team GB quite a lot during the Olympics and a lot of athletes said he made a massive difference to their mindset with a few simple techniques
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I've read the book and listened to it on audiobook and I think it's great - well worth a fiver, in my opinion.

Nice find
HutchAW21/09/2019 22:08

I've read the book and listened to it on audiobook and I think it's great …I've read the book and listened to it on audiobook and I think it's great - well worth a fiver, in my opinion.Nice find


What does the author propose?
Meathotukdeals21/09/2019 22:17

What does the author propose?



It's essentially a method to control your negative thoughts and impulses - from simple things like being lazy, to dietary discipline and lots of stuff inbetween.

The 'chimp' is theoretically a small part of your your brain and the book teaches you how to understand and control it. An example might be how to combat nerves before a big meeting or presentation.

There's also a kid's version, which I bought for my 2 young boys - both of whom loved it and understood their version pretty much straight away.

I genuinely really liked the book and the author presents (and writes) in a very easy to understand and relatable way
Edited by: "HutchAW" 21st Sep 2019
HutchAW21/09/2019 22:21

It's essentially a method to control your negative thoughts and impulses - …It's essentially a method to control your negative thoughts and impulses - from simple things like being lazy, to dietary discipline and lots of stuff inbetween.The 'chimp' is theoretically a small part of your your brain and the book teaches you how to understand and control it. An example might be how to combat nerves before a big meeting or presentation.There's also a kid's version, which I bought for my 2 young boys - both of whom loved it and understood their version pretty much straight away.I genuinely really liked the book and the author presents (and writes) in a very easy to understand and relatable way


Ta.
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An excellent book, I'd recommend everyone reads it.

Professor Peters worked with Team GB quite a lot during the Olympics and a lot of athletes said he made a massive difference to their mindset with a few simple techniques
Off to Tesco tomorrow then
Got this on Kindle but after a proper paperback
So the assumption is that their is a right think and wrong think. Sounds Orwellian to me. What have chimps ever done to the author
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I like my chimp, makes better decisions than I ever can.
Fantastic book
I can’t seeem to get through this
maybe I should buy the kids version to get the gist and revisit the adults book some other time
Audio book is good as well. Prof Peters reads it. Love this book changed my life that’s for sure.
snoopy1822/09/2019 08:34

I can’t seeem to get through this maybe I should buy the kids version to g …I can’t seeem to get through this maybe I should buy the kids version to get the gist and revisit the adults book some other time


Perhaps your chimp is in full control, then?
Rickardo22/09/2019 17:12

Perhaps your chimp is in full control, then?



More than likely
Out of stock in Corby, says on the little tag it will be available on 17th October, which is probably when the offer ends...
Great book reading it now. I prefer the book as I feel like I'm digesting it better
ketsunoanna22/09/2019 01:15

So the assumption is that their is a right think and wrong think. Sounds …So the assumption is that their is a right think and wrong think. Sounds Orwellian to me. What have chimps ever done to the author


Not really. It's more trying to help you understand how your brain works and how to put the rational part back in control.
simonbrown23/09/2019 06:31

Not really. It's more trying to help you understand how your brain works …Not really. It's more trying to help you understand how your brain works and how to put the rational part back in control.


If that was true then no religions would exist and I suppose the national lottery would fail.
Great book
ketsunoanna23/09/2019 09:04

If that was true then no religions would exist and I suppose the national …If that was true then no religions would exist and I suppose the national lottery would fail.


If the book is trying to help you put your higher rational (part of your) brain in control, over your primitive instinctive brain, then the strong implication is that your rational mind usually isn't in control in most people. You're talking as if everyone has read, understood and fully implemented the techniques in the book, which they haven't, and you're also making the assumption that reading this book is always effective for everyone, which isn't at all likely.
simonbrown23/09/2019 12:40

If the book is trying to help you put your higher rational (part of your) …If the book is trying to help you put your higher rational (part of your) brain in control, over your primitive instinctive brain, then the strong implication is that your rational mind usually isn't in control in most people. You're talking as if everyone has read, understood and fully implemented the techniques in the book, which they haven't, and you're also making the assumption that reading this book is always effective for everyone, which isn't at all likely.


The only people who gain from self help books are the authors, America started it all off, always has that smell of born again about it.
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