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Publisher's Summary

What if a few new habits could improve your positive thinking? What if you could increase your happiness with a few simple steps? Imagine waking up in the morning feeling positive and ready to take on the day.
In this book, you will learn:



How to emphasize positivity versus negativity in your life
How to utilize the four truths to increase your happiness
How to look at your life from a negative versus positive perspective
How to use the baggage in your life to motivate you
How to choose to rise when you fall down
How to conquer your dark side
How to delegate your fears and worries
How to disconnect from technology to focus on what really is important
How to maximize your circle of trust to live a positive life
Bonus: questions at the end of each chapter to help with increasing your positive thinking

©2015 Paul G. Brodie (P)2015 Paul G. Brodie
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By Samantha Yahn on 02-25-17

Bad Audio and Speaker

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

The audio was echoing

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I couldn't listen to it because the audio was so bad. I wish I would have listened to the sample.

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I couldn't listen to it because the audio was so bad. I wish I would have listened to the sample.

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By Suchan on 01-24-17

Good job!

Good tips and stories! Tiny suggestion would be to enunciate your g on words that end in -ing.

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