|A1||–Richard Basehart||Richard Basehart Comment|
|A2||–Howard Loy, Joanne Woodward||Introduction / Joanne Woodward Comment|
|A3||–Howard Loy||Lesson #1|
|A4||–Howard Loy||Lesson #2|
|B1||–Howard Loy||Exercise #1|
|B2||–Howard Loy||Lesson #3|
|B3||–Howard Loy||Lesson #4|
|B4||–Howard Loy||Exercise #2|
- Recorded At – RCA's Music Center Of The World
- Copyright (c) – RCA Records
- Cover, Design – Gavin & Dom Studios
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Mickey Crofford
- Producer – Jack Pleis
- Written-By [Non-instructional Writing] – Dick Merritt
NotesHow To Stop Smoking Without Using Willpower consists of a program of four lessons and two exercises. They are planned and scheduled in the manner best suited to helping you reprogram the data in your subconscious.
Lesson #1: Instructions on how the program works, why the smoker has problems trying to quit with willpower and what they are to start doing to become an ex-smoker.
Exercise #1: To be used to become an ex-smoker.
Lesson #2: A review on Lesson #1, introduction of thoughts about situational habits and instructions on what to do on their cut-off day.
Lesson #3: Cut-Off Day! Instructions on how to relieve every day tension and how not to dwell on thoughts of cigarettes.
Lesson #4: Discussion on what to do to complete the program and how to handle any problems in the future.
Exercise #2: To be used after becoming an ex-smoker to complete training.
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