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Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz

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Written by a plastic surgeon who reflects about how the underlying thought process of individual patients significantly predicts their satisfaction of cosmetic surgery. Objective significant physical improvements can occur but then some patients remain unhappy.  Whereas if mind is focused upon positive things then even if less optimal cosmetic results are achieved the patient can perceives the operation a success. Initially written in 1960s, interesting to hear a surgeon realise that visualisation techniques, inner thought process and goal setting can impact upon how people perceive themselves. This in turn then impacts upon how they are seen by others, interact with others and their overall life happiness. Book used as a reference by numerous self improvement gurus

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