Don't Think Of a Blue Ball

Don t Think Of a Blue Ball Don t Think of a Blue Ball is as light or as deep as you want it to be depending on how Plugged In you are while reading it It aims to give you all you need to truly live the life you want and be joy

  • Title: Don't Think Of a Blue Ball
  • Author: Malti Bhojwani
  • ISBN: 9789381607152
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • Don t Think of a Blue Ball is as light or as deep as you want it to be, depending on how Plugged In you are while reading it It aims to give you all you need to truly live the life you want and be joyful as you pursue your dreams and desires Plug In and do the effective, tried and tested, exercises derived from Malti Bhojwani s extensive study and hours of coaching her cDon t Think of a Blue Ball is as light or as deep as you want it to be, depending on how Plugged In you are while reading it It aims to give you all you need to truly live the life you want and be joyful as you pursue your dreams and desires Plug In and do the effective, tried and tested, exercises derived from Malti Bhojwani s extensive study and hours of coaching her clients This book includes scientific explanations where needed, wisdom from timeless philosophers and authors, teachings from the scriptures together with the author s own personal poignant experiences to beautifully illustrate how you too can live a life you desire instead of one of default For the first time, an easy to read book that entwines humor, simple analogies and a firm voice in twelve chapters to show you how to make lasting changes in all areas of your life by making empowering decisions that will instantly help you experience joyous living You will not only learn how to take action towards your desired life by following steps like in many other self help books, but also how to change the way you talk to yourself, enabling you to feel, walk and dream in a state that will magnesite everything you desire even while you sleep Don t Think of o Blue Ball will help you become aware of who you are being twenty four hours a day and how to create a successful life by being a manifesting body that radiates joy and gratitude As a life Coach she aims to serve, not to fix or to help Malti Bhojwani is the founder of Multi Coaching International, a professional certified life Coach with the International Coach Federation ICF , NIP practitioner Neuro Linguistic Programming and an author She coaches using her empathetic enquiry that leads her clients to personal empowerment, fulfilled goals and consistent success Being a life long learner, she is also mastering Ontological Coaching with Newfield Network to hone her skills, as she still considers herself only a white belter in the field of personal transformation Born in Singapore in May 1971, she lived in Jakarta for many years, though she spent most of her adult life in Sydney, Australia where her grown up daughter Drishti lives Her first published work, Thankfulness Appreciation Gratitude My Journal has gone into several reprints.

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    About “Malti Bhojwani

    • Malti Bhojwani

      Malti is a Certified Professional Life Coach with the ICF PCC She is trained in Ontological Coaching and her clients include senior leaders from organizations like Microsoft, Ranbaxy,WIPRO, members of YPO and EO and many artists and entrepreneurs She spent her childhood in Singapore where she grew up and went to school at St Hilda s, St Margeret s then St Andrew s She was the president of the LDDS Literary Drama and Debating Society and won the award for best bilingual student in her most early days She later moved with her parents and 2 brothers to Spain for a year then on to Sydney, Australia She got married to Neelam Nanwani from Jakarta, Indonesia in 89 and had her daughter, a fiction writer, Drishti Nanwani in 91 They later moved to Sydney where Drishti went to school and still resides Malti was separated in 97 and soon divorced She began her personal development journey with Anthony Robbins seminar where she walked on fire and that started a series of human potential movement courses and workshops that contributed to her personal growth She discovered AsiaWorks, now The Works Partnership and completed their transformational training in Jakarta, Indonesia This led to her training to become a professional life coach with ICA International Coach Academy and NLP Training with Christopher Howard By this time she was also a certified Gemmologist, Diamond Grader and Jewellery Valuer in Australia certified by the GAA She went on to train and attained her PCC Professional Certified Coach Credentials from the ICF International Coach Federation Her personal MBTI identity is ENFP She is now the top life coach out of almost 200,000 life coaches internationally on Linkedin.Malti then trained to become an Ontological Coach with Newfield Network Her writing career started with a magazine article called Marriages May End But Families Are Forever which became extremely popular and even translated into several languages to help couples co parent in a loving way even after divorce which really helped her in her life coaching career.Malti s first published work, Thankfulness Appreciation Gratitude came out in january 2011 and was personally blessed by His Holiness The Dalai Lama.This was meant to be the first in a series of journals to support guided writing in reflection to support lasting change and it was meant to come out after the book, which has a strong message on Gratitude, however it was ready way before the book so it went into publication over a year earlier than the book.Her latest book, Don t Think of a Blue Ball is making the distance and traveling all over the globe, being well received by renowned authors, Jack Canfield, Ron Kaufman Les Hewitt who will soon be offering their testimonials for the reprints.Don t Think of a Blue Ball is a statement that befuddles some, but those who get it, know that it is laced with NLP Neuro Linguistic Programming If I were to say to you, whatever you do, do not think of a blue ball, what image will you conjure up in your mind Exactly Malti presents keynotes and speaks on many podiums and has a calendar full of workshops based around her coaching principles and exercises that she has also shared in the book.

    416 thoughts on “Don't Think Of a Blue Ball

    • ***Endorsement by Mike DooleyMike Dooley:***In her two books, “Don’t Think of a Blue Ball” and the latest one “The Mind Spa - Ignite Your Inner Life Coach” Malti has boldly talked about her many adventures in time and space and is a living testament to how perfectly the events in our Universe is weaved. Her research and wide range of experiences unravels in these books as an easy to use way to practice thinking positive thoughts, as you know they do become things. Whether you are a bel [...]


    • What makes this book so effortlessly acceptable is that the author, Malti is having a simple, uncomplicated conversation with her reader through the book. Frequent “Think Pink” exercises lets you figure out and experience these simplified concepts first hand.I enjoyed all the “Think Pink” exercises but my favorite exercise is the “Jigsaw Puzzle Visualization” exercise. This book gives you the opportunity to take a look at yourself and with a structured, step by step, easy to apply me [...]


    • Postives: The best practical guide to living your life the way you want.Negatives: Like all self help books there were repetitions, however just at a few places. Also at some places there were too many examples, may be I am impatient so this is my view.The Verdict: A must book to read and practice for life. 4.5 stars on 5



    • Seriously, I didn’t like ‘The Secret,’ as much as I liked this book. Though the premise is the same, “Law of Attraction,” the author ‘Malti Bojwani,’ has taken it a notch higher with loads of detailed researching and reading. Her pithy one-liners, anecdotes, quotes by accomplished authors leave you energized and inspired. Every page has some inspirational quote awaiting your attention. Am I going overboard? Nope. However, I’ll suggest you to read in phases instead of finishing it [...]


    • The book just does not train us to change our approach to our life but also explains just how things happen. Malti explains the five stages of grief, by understanding these things, we understand ourselves better and probably see our troubles more objectively. This book has been really helpful and I would recommend the book solely because it gives you a perspective to lifeotericphoenix.wordpress/


    • Review: wp/p2J8yh-2s2The book does not tell me how to live my life, rather it gives pointers, things I can do to make it better, go out of the negative phases that bring me down. It brings perspective. It will take time to sink in, and it is a book I would go back to for some pearls of wisdom. Simple language, simple thoughts. I liked the read.


    • Life is a lesson that we all go through, and yet there are numerous occasions when we fail to understand the intricacies associated with it. We fail, and we get depressed. We blame poor fate and get absorbed in all the negativity that the dark energy has to offer. Some become too burdened with this weight that they forget the true essence of living.Malti Bhojwani’s Don’t Think Of A Blue Ball addresses these very same issues. It is a self-help guide that flows lucidly with wise anecdotes and [...]


    • By Malti Bhojwani. Grade B.Life cannot be taught. Each one learns his own lessons the hard way but sometimes, a little help can go a long way.As a life Coach she aims to serve, not to fix or to help. Malti Bhojwani is the founder of Multi Coaching International, a professional certified life Coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF), NIP practitioner (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and an author. She coaches using her empathetic enquiry that leads her clients to personal empowerment, fu [...]


    • I must confess i am not a great fan of self-help books but still have been reading it over the years in the hope that i will come across some worthy books in this genre. If at all, they do provide a bit of motivation and inspiration in an otherwise routine life.The author has divided the book into various chapters in such a way that it provides a particular theory, different point of view, examples to illustrate those points and relevant exercises to practically implement those theories. What im [...]


    • If I list out my good books collection then it is one of them. The author 'Ms. Malti Bhojwani' has separated the book into several parts in such a style that it gives a particular opinion, a diverse point of view, examples to explain those circumstances and related practices to achieve those conditions efficiently. Even some examples from her personal life make the study more natural. This book is not telling that how to live, but it provides tips for making the life better. It gives me a direct [...]


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