To imbibe shaken confidence, The Power of Positive Thinking is a book written to help men and women who are haunted with living in a inferiority complex and have lost faith in themselves. Sharing his life experiences, Norman Peale speaks about faith in yourself being the ultimate key to happiness and that will bring back all good things into the believers life. The only matter of concern is to restore the lost faith. This classic guide is meant to regain self-esteem and faith, which does lead to success.
The book describes the power positive thinking has and how a firm belief in something, does actually help in achieving it. In order to live a successful and constructive life, one needs to know about the secrets of positive thinking says the author for it is the most important ingredient for a better and blissful life.
To remain and think positive, Peale also cautions about sinking into negativity and suggests ways by which one can prevent oneself from being engulfed by negative thoughts. The book teaches that one should never accept defeat over small things and never get affected by changes, no matter how big or small, in ones life. Simple techniques of elevating low moods and energy levels by positive thinking also improve ones overall mental and physical health says the clergyman.
Good thoughts do attract success and happiness is one major theme running through the book. Norman Peale, one main objective for writing this book was to present a viewpoint about mankind having a solution to freedom from pain and negativity. Peale’s teachings,About the Author:
Norman Vincent Peale, born in 1898 in Ohio, USA, was an American minister and is considered to be one of the popular progenitors of 'positive thinking.’ 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. Even today his books are helping thousands of men and women overcome their inferiority complex as his simple and inspiring words restore faith in them.
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