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Norman Vincent Peale


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.

 

Norman Vincent Peale Inspired

Louis Armstrong

Let Louis Armstrong brighten your day with his rendition of "What a Wonderful World."


Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

Be the person God wants and expects you to be.

by Norman Vincent Peale


Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

3 Bible verses that can help you live a life of joy

by Norman Vincent Peale


blissful woman with arms outstretched

Create a better world and live a happier life with the help of these tips and Bible verses.

by Norman Vincent Peale


Living in New York keeps me thinking positive. One big reason: the variety of people and cultures. To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, here’s a playlist of songs from Irish musicians.

by Amy Wong

What if, every so often, we gave ourselves an extra hour to do something positive to renew ourselves?

by Amy Wong

Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

Scripture and words of encouragement for times when you feel discouraged by life's sorrow.

by Norman Vincent Peale


Merry Keller

Would a 61-year-old former math teacher dare to compete in the country-western dance world championship?

by Merry Keller
, Shreveport, Louisiana

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.

by Amy Wong

Fallen off with your New Year’s resolution? This weekend is the perfect time to start fresh: There’s a whole new New Year. Chinese New Year.

by Amy Wong

Grand Central Terminal celebrates its centennial this weekend. For me, the landmark railroad station is a symbol of adventure, connection and wonder—and a reminder to think positive.

by Amy Wong

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.

by Amy Wong

A lesson in positive thinking from the NFL playoffs, or what Norman Vincent Peale and the New England Patriots have in common.

by Amy Wong

Winky's New Year's resolution is a good one to live by if you want to keep a positive attitude.

by Amy Wong

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