by Anna Jiang
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About the Book:
Language is Everything: How Words Can Change Your Life ranges across the whole of human experience, from applied linguistics, literature, psychology, sociology, neuroscience to philosophy, to show why language is at the heart of who we are and what we do, how language has redefined and altered the author's life and how it can do the same for you.
Drawing on her own life experience and recent advances in scientific research, Jiang identifies four key elements (clarity, mindset, motivation, and action) and creates action guides that integrate the best use of language with Neurocoaching strategies.
They are easy to follow and will allow you to change your life and manifest the life you desire. Surprising, witty, and written with care for readers, this book is for anyone who wants to quit their old lives and start living a new one in peace, happiness, and fulfilment.
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Language is Everything: How Words Can Change Your Life written by Anna Jiang is a must-read.
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About the Author:
Anna Jiang, the author of Language is Everything: How Words Can Change Your Life, was born and grew up in China. She is a linguist, simultaneous interpreter, and lecturer at Beijing Normal University. She holds a Ph.D. in language education from UCL (University College London) Institute of Education. For more than a decade, Anna has been committed to teaching and researching education and language from a cross-disciplinary perspective. She is particularly interested in the ways that language plays a role in how we live and learn.
After a traumatic life event forced Anna to reconsider her path, both spiritually and professionally, she moved onto a new stage of her career. She's now an educator and speaker, but more importantly, she's a certified NeuroCoach who uses her own experience along with the wisdom of neuroscience to help people overcome obstacles, achieve goals, and live a life in tune with their highest values.
She advocates brain-based experiential learning in the educational field.