Your teacher is laying out the exam papers in front of you and you’re starting to stress. You have only a few minutes to get yourself together before the exam begins … how do you stay calm? At a party, someone you’re keen on is walking your way. You always seem to get nervous about dating so how do you stay cool and not make a goose of yourself? Competitors in the final look pretty determined. They are staring you out. How do you stay focused and rise above it all? Are you fed up with being nervous and full of self-doubt? Do you wonder how you will ever get to feel confident and comfortable with yourself? Are you bursting with energy to try something new … but the same old nerves and doubts freeze you up?
If any of these situations seem familiar to you, then you have found the right little book, because this book is all about the art of relaxing, the art of becoming consciously cool now to rise above stress. And the good news is … it’s not hard! Fromas little as three minutes a day, author David Keefe will show you in this book how to gain mental calm and clarity in any situation by selecting from the techniques outlined in Coolmind. Written specifically for teenagers, this is the young person’s guide to a calmer life.
Unity-QLD, Kirsty O’Callaghan
“The book, Coolmind by David Keefe, provides an excellent description of the physical and mental changes that take place for a young person during times of stress and worry. Keefe provides explanations and solutions in easy to read and relatable examples, to encourage the young reader to utilise his powerful suggestions, whilst still feeling in control of their choices. This is a must read for any student and I would highly recommend it be introduced into every high school, for a profound positive impact to many young people’s lives.”
Claire McFee, Author, Organize Your Life
“Coolmind is written in the perfect way to reach younger people and to teach them about the ease with which you can factor his great stress reducing techniques into your life. After all, the earlier we learn how to do that to keep up the better in our fast paced world.”