Positive Thinking

  • by Stephens Hyang
  • Narrated by Robert Gazy
  • 0 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Life is beautiful. There are a lot of things to enjoy and to look forward to. A sunny day reminds us of the brighter things that await us. However, life may not always be beautiful. There are also dark days when we just cannot seem to appreciate the coming of another sunny day. There are cold nights that wrap us with sadness and loneliness. There are a lot of problems that come our way, and when everything has piled up we no longer know what to do. As a result, we tend to look at things negatively. Therein lies the problem. Negative thinking may trigger a downward spiral. To keep negative thoughts away, you should learn how to focus on the positive instead. What is positive thinking?
Positive thinking, or optimism, is a mental attitude or perspective wherein you approach unpleasant things and events in a productive and positive way. You always look forward to the best and not to the worst. Positive thinking allows us to look at the brighter side of things. Even when everything seems so wrong and impossible to fix, optimists have the mindset that they can get through their obstacles in one way or another.
This book will share with you four essential ways in which you can be a positive thinker. Because of the many problems that we are bound to encounter, thinking positively can be very difficult. This is natural. It truly takes some time and effort before one can successfully turn himself or herself into a positive thinker:

The first step highlights the role of positive psychology and how it works.
The second step is concerned with how your relationships with other people affect your outlook on life.
The third step teaches you to change your lifestyle and orient it towards a more positive one.
Finally, the last step tells you the role of positive affirmation in your desire to be a positive thinker.


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2015
  • Publisher: L. Chakir