Welcome to the Just a Thought Supplemental Resources!

Thank you for your interest in the Just a Thought Supplemental Resources! I hope you find them to be helpful add-ons to the book.

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Supplemental Resources

#1: What if the space beyond your habitual thinking feels uncomfortable?

#2: If we only experience thought, not what’s happening in the world around us, how is it that we have such similar responses to things?

#3: Don’t anxiety, fear, and insecurity give us information about which choices to make? Don’t they motivate us into action?

#4: Doesn’t looking toward what we all have in common detract from our uniqueness and sense of self?

#5: If positive thinking feels like freedom, is it okay to practice it?

#6: How can the new paradigm help with social issues and real problems on our planet?

Amy Johnson, PhD is a psychologist, coach, author, and speaker who shares a groundbreaking new approach that helps people find lasting freedom from unwanted habits, anxiety, and self-doubt via insight rather than willpower. 

She is the author of Being Human, The Little Book of Big Change: The No-Willpower Approach to Breaking Any Habit, and Just a Thought: A No-Willpower Approach to End Self-Doubt and Make Peace with your Mind. In 2017 she opened The Little School of Big Change, an online school that has helped thousands of people find freedom from anxiety and habits and live a more peaceful life.

Amy also shares the no-willpower approach in her top-rated podcast, Changeable, and she’s trained over 70 coaches in her Change Coach Training Program. She has been a regularly featured expert on The Steve Harvey Show and Oprah.com, as well as in The Wall Street Journal and Self magazine.