The Power of Positive Thinking

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GENERAL PRESS, Oct 31, 2018 - Self-Help - 240 pages
An international bestseller with over five million copies in print, 'The Power of Positive Thinking' will help you overcome negative attitudes, such as fear and lack of confidence, and replace them with the traits of a positive thinker—optimism, determination, patience and focus. Simple techniques of elevating low moods and energy levels by positive thinking also improve ones overall mental and physical health.

This book will show you how you can deal more effectively with tough situations and difficult people, and dramatically improve your performance and confidence. You must learn that the easiest way to an easy mind is to create an easy mind. This is done by practice, by the application of some such simple principles as outlined here.

You'll learn how to:
• Believe in yourself and in everything you do
• Build new power and determination
• Develop the power to reach your goals
• Break the worry habit and achieve a relaxed life
• Improve your personal and professional relationships
• Assume control over your circumstances
• Be kind to yourself
 

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The Power of positive thinking is a great Book ,it has really helped me to now live better and appreciate God more and never allow negative energy to take control in my life and never to frit and fume ,best chapter is "Try POWER PRAYER".

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Introduction
Chapter 2
Chapter3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
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Norman Vincent Peale (1898–1993) was born in Bowersville, Ohio. He graduated from Bellefontaine High School, Bellefontaine, Ohio. He has earned degrees at Ohio Wesleyan University (where he became a brother of the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta) and Boston University School of Theology.

Raised as a Methodist and ordained as a Methodist minister in 1922, Peale changed his religious affiliation to the Reformed Church in America in 1932 and began a 52-year tenure as pastor of Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan. During that time, the Church's membership grew from 600 to over 5000, and he became one of New York City's most famous preachers. In his early life Norman Peale, an author of 46 books, had faced many hardships, but for his hard work and dedications he became a renowned clergyman in all of United States.

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