Kind words make good echoes.
- Seen on a bumper sticker by Guideposts reader Buz Moxon
Like the millions of people who have read
"The Power of PositiveThinking" by Dr.
Norman Vincent Peale, you can profoundly
change your life by changing
your thinking Dr. Peale’s message
and positive thinking tips are as powerful
and relevant today as they were when
he wrote about them.
When you commit yourself to optimistic
thinking, you’ll be better equipped to
overcome life’s difficulties and create
a life of happiness and success.
After a terrible week like this one, how do you restore your positivity, your faith that we live in a good world?
What if, every so often, we gave ourselves an extra hour to do something positive to renew ourselves?
Thinking you can and should make everything perfect often feeds negative emotions. Here are five ways to get out of the perfectionism trap and accomplish (and enjoy life) more.
My dog and I are struggling with something I never used to give a second thought to: the stairs in my apartment building. But climbing the three long steep flights to my apartment this morning, I learned a lesson in positive thinking.
A lesson in positive thinking from the NFL playoffs, or what Norman Vincent Peale and the New England Patriots have in common.