Recently Released, The Quantum Mind in a Nutshell, Guides Readers to Access their Quantum Mindset

This book has proven to be a critical resource to accessing the Quantum Mindset for all of its readers and helping them manifest their deepest aspirations and purpose.

Seattle, Washington, United States - November 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Author Rick Thompson has recently published his latest work, The Quantum Mind in a Nutshell: What they Won’t Teach you in School that can Change your Life, which takes a critical look into the concept of the Quantum Mindset and explores how quantum science has begun to supersede other scientific models. Moving from the idea of “the secret” and the law of attraction, the quantum mindset is the latest is the new “wave” in the upcoming decade and has caused many to explore what it can offer those who choose to open themselves up to it. Rick Thompson’s book, and the guided programs that accompany it, provide readers with a tested method for entering the quantum mindset and utilizing heightened tools for manifesting their deepest dreams.

A tried and true guide into this next level of thinking and manifesting, The Quantum Mind in a Nutshell helps readers understand that if they were to embrace the energy of their curiosity to the fullest extent and choose to live their lives with an open mind, they are able to expand their worldview and evolve to new and exciting heights that they previously did not know existed. It also teaches its readers how to use their focused attention to liberate their higher powers of creativity, compassion and purpose by providing them with the tools they need to adequately enter into their Quantum Mindset. When quantum insights are used to align attitudes, beliefs and expectations with the deeper nature of the universe, a person can become a potent mind pioneer and advance into a much more expansive and rewarding human experience.

Rick Thompson is a man of many talents and has experience as an engineer, businessman and investor. With a passion for science, math and the way the world works from a very young age, he has become highly skilled at defining objectives, assessing requirements and resolving problems for himself and those around him. While these attributes have made him very successful in his professional life, his passion for sharing what he has learned as he’s navigated through life sparked the creation of his latest work, The Quantum Mind in a Nutshell. Rick’s practical approach to business, life and science makes this book highly relatable and digestible for the average reader and distinguishes it from other quantum physics books that can be “headier”. It is this combination that makes The Quantum Mind in a Nutshell incredibly successful and creates the opportunity for it to help anyone who opens its pages.

Reviewing Rick Thompson’s latest work, best-selling author of The World is Yours, Kurtis Lee Thomas, states, "The Quantum Mindset is the next phase of human evolution and this book explains this process in very digestible ways combining science and metaphysics. The Quantum Mind in a Nutshell is a unique combination of facts and relatability that helps readers understand that to achieve the quantum mindset, they really aren’t required to learn much at all. They must simply unlearn that which no longer serves their highest good and open their mind to the infinite possibilities that surround them. The tools provided in this book helps readers unlock the tools they already have access to and hone them in a way that will best benefit them and allow them to achieve their deepest goals and desires.

The Quantum Mind in a Nutshell: What they Won’t Teach you in School that can Change your Life by Rick Thompson is both an exploration into the Quantum Mindset and a guide to help its readers access the life changing tools needed for a better life. Highly regarded for being helpful, relatable and visionary, this book has proven to be a critical resource to accessing the Quantum Mindset for all of its readers and helping them manifest their deepest aspirations and purpose.

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