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Who knew that a self-help book about releasing negative thoughts in order to achieve happiness could prove its worth by testing its author after it was published? When Michael R. Mantell, PhD, released his book Don't Sweat the Small Stuff: P. S. It's ALL Small Stuff in 1988, it rocked the self-help world, and the audio version won the highly coveted Publishers Weekly Best Audio Award in the self-help category. So when, a few years later, Dr. Mantell saw a book with the same title prominently displayed at a bookstore, he was happily surprised-but then, he saw a different author's name on the newly designed cover. What did Dr. Mantell do? He took his own advice and chose to view this positively, celebrating the fact that more people were being reached with the advice he knew changed lives. Now celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary, the original Don't Sweat the Small Stuff offers up-to-date tools that can enhance your life today. You have the power to choose how you feel, how you react, and how you deal with your circumstances. Replace your negative and fearful thoughts with positive and hopeful thinking-and start the journey toward the happy life you've always wanted.
Michael R. Mantell, Ph.D., is an admired behavior science coach, long-time psychologist, author and keynote speaker who is known for getting to the root of issues quickly and helping people create action plans that get results. In 1988, Publishers Weekly named the audio version of his first book, the original Don't Sweat the Small Stuff: P. S. It's ALL Small Stuff, Best Audio in the self-help genre, and Good Morning America called his book a Hot Pick. Since then, he has been a guest on television and radio shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, Nightline, Larry King Live, and Good Morning America, serving as a regular behavioral science contributor. He also writes for and is frequently interviewed by fitness and health magazines, including Shape, Men's Health, Women's Health, and Weight Watchers Magazine. He is a frequent contributor to major national and international news broadcasts. He's listed on greatist.com's 100 Most Influential People in America in Health and Fitness. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania and his M.S. at Hahnemann Medical College, where he wrote his thesis on the psychological aspects of obesity. His career includes serving as the Chief Psychologist for Children's Hospital in San Diego, and as the founding Chief Psychologist for the San Diego Police Department. He is the Senior Fitness Consultant for Behavioral Sciences for the American Council on Exercise, a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Council on Active Aging, the Chief Behavior Science Consultant to the Premier Fitness Camp at Omni La Costa, an Advisor to numerous fitness-health organizations, and is featured in many media broadcasts and world-wide fitness publications. Dr. Mantell is a nationally sought after behavioral science coach for business leaders, elite amateur and professional athletes, individuals and families. You can connect with Michael at: Facebook: https: //www.facebook.com/michael.mantell Linkedin: https: //www.linkedin.com/in/drmichaelmantell Twitter: @DrSanDiego Twitter: @FitnessPsych