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Imagine a life without limitation - learn techniques to combat self-doubt, maximise success and improve everyday happiness.

We all do things that we wish we wouldn't. We overeat, underperform, procrastinate, push people away and say the wrong things at precisely the worst moments. What if we could find a way to overcome our self-destructive tendencies? Fight explains the psychology of self-sabotage and offers a practical guide to taking control. 

While training as a competitive boxer and kickboxer, Hazel Gale developed anxiety issues that led to emotional and physical burnout. Discovering cognitive hypnotherapy not only helped her back on the road to health but ultimately turned her whole life around. She learnt to understand competition, success, fear and challenge in new ways, leading to international titles across both sports. Hazel felt compelled to introduce others to the profound benefits of cognitive hypnotherapy. She trained as a therapist and is now one of the most sought-after practitioners in Britain.

Cognitive hypnotherapy understands that the unconscious and conscious minds have different priorities and that the unconscious governs a large percentage of our behaviour. It is this part of the mind that is responsible for our moments of self-sabotage (our 'mind monsters'), which means that in order to let go of unwanted emotional or behavioural issues we need to find a way of communicating with it. Listening to Fight is like having a one-to-one therapy session with Hazel; she sets tasks designed to address the psychological barriers that have developed in your unconscious mind, helping you to recognise problematic behaviour, locate its source and overcome it. She will equip you with the tools to reverse self-sabotaging thoughts, manage negative emotions and claim back your sense of self-control. You will learn to improve on your existing attributes as well as develop new strengths, skills and abilities that will help you thrive in daily life.

Fight takes you on Hazel's journey and provides you with the knowledge you need to emerge victorious from your own battles, whatever they may be.

The audiobook, read by author Hazel Gale, contains four additional guided meditations.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2018 Hazel Gale (P)2018 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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  • alexander mayo
  • 08-05-2018

Brilliant Suprisingly Brilliant

The most complete book I have ever listened to. The book is very logical, simple and meaningful. It guides you through the programme step by step with no nonsense. The exercises are just brilliant. It is as if Hazel is there with you preparing you for each of the exercises, then guiding you through each. All done genuinely.
This book has no esoteric "woo-woo" ideas. It is just straight to the point. And I am very thankful for it.
Well done Hazel Gale.

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  • Alison
  • 26-04-2018

An inspiring read for positive change

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would recommend this book to anyone who feels held back in life.

What does Hazel Gale bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Hazel's use of examples in her own life make the book easy to understand, relatable and most of all inspiring. Unlike other self help books, Hazel acknowledges the time and practice it takes to make change but is (along with so many of her clients) an example of how it can be done and how great it can be to live authentically.The book is filled with practical ways for us to fight our monsters, rather than just focussing on the theory alone which is incredibly empowering.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I had finished (almost) the whole book on the day it came out.

Any additional comments?

This book is filled with humour, inspiring imagery and vulnerability. A fantastic read and I would recommend it to anyone who wants make positive changes in their life.