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We live in an age where we are constantly told to update the software we use on our devices. So, we update for fear of not being able to operate these things to which we are so inextricably attached. But what about our brains, our minds? Do we ever receive equivalent updates for our thinking?


Thinking About Thinking: An Introduction to observing your mind by Herman Veitch is a guide to doing just this: updating our perceptions, our thinking, and our behaviour. Herman Veitch writes in an accessible, easy manner and makes complex concepts easy to understand. A firm and gentle affirming teacher, he invites his reader to sit beside him as he shares valuable life lessons and information for living the best life we can. Thinking about our actions is a good way to do this. He argues that "the quality of what you do is determined by the quality of your thinking." The book is rich with examples to prompt us to think and behave in new ways in order to become our best selves, to become full adults, and to leave behind that which does not serve. So if you think you might like to update your thinking and not only your devices, get a copy of this book. – Anne Haarhoff

Thinking about Thinking: An introduction to observing your mind By Herman Veitch

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  • Herman Veitch holds a master’s degree in Psychology and is an experienced Leadership, and Life coach and held the professional certified status at the International Coaching Federations for a number of years. He lectures in Knowledge management at Syracuse University and lectured in Sports Psychology for six years at the Central University of Technology, Free State, South Africa, and sat on the research portal of the International Coaching Federation. He was Vice-President of the Bloemfontein Chamber of Commerce and Industry and part of the management team of the Black Managers Forum in Bloemfontein, South Africa. He was a member of Toastmasters and sits in a Mankind Project circle. He grew up in Southern Africa and has lived in Belgium and the USA as an adult. He is married to his best friend. He loves exploring and travelling to new places.  His hobbies are reading, photography, fencing, horse riding, swimming, and Aikido. You can also visit his website to learn more about him.

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