A companion volume to "Positive Thinking", this text aims to show readers how their outlook on life can be transformed by learning how to stay optimistic, despite life's inevitable ups and downs.
Life is one long succession of ups and downs. Sometimes the downs seem to take over. Yet if you develop a more optimistic outlook, you can transform your life and not let the inevitable problems and setbacks bring you down.
In More Positive Thinking, Vera Peiffer looks at how we act within our society and how we deal with life’s inevitable setbacks. She shows us how often we hide behind our problems, so that they can shield us from making changes in our lives. She outlines the myths of ‘the right time’, ‘security’, ‘dependency’ in terms of our working or social environment – if we want, we can always construct obstacles in our way which say it’s the wrong time to change jobs for example.
In this book, you will learn to:
• Overcome apathy
• Stop putting yourself down
• Accept success
• Do what you want to do and not just set out to please others
• Understand yourself and how you operate
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“Excellent! Dispels the myths and provides the strategies for greater opportunity and fulfilment.”
Colin Turner, author of Born to Succeed and The Eureka Principle.
Life is one long succession of ups and downs, and sometimes it seems the downs take over. Yet by developing a more optimistic outlook, you can breeze through the inevitable problems and setbacks, create opportunities for self-advancement, and get back on the path to happiness and fulfilment. In short – you can transform your life.
In 'More Positive Thinking', Peiffer helps you to let go of your fears and stop putting yourself down, take responsibility for your actions, and crucially have the courage to say 'NO'. This book uses simple, effective techniques as tools for success and satisfaction, and teaches us how to cope with problems in a constructive way.
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Book Description Thorsons, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 7133065
Book Description Thorsons, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0007133065