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

Valentine in the mail

Divorced. Alone. No wonder I was dreading February 14. I needed a little positive thinking...and a reminder of the power of love.

by Stephanie Thompson
, Edmond, Oklahoma

Having trouble sticking with your New Year's resolution? Here are some tips for making a positive change in your life...from readers like you!

by Amy Wong

Do you want to be a more positive person? Here are five tips from a surprising source: my dog!

by Amy Wong

motivational speaker Jon Gordon

This year I encourage you to take a daily walk of gratitude.

by Jon Gordon


Sometimes having your plans derailed leads to something positive. Here's what happened when I got snowed in last week.

by Amy Wong

Positive thinking tips from Jon Gordon

These positive thinking suggestions will help you start off the new year right!

by Jon Gordon


Alison Sweeney shares positive thinking tips

Want to start the New Year off right? The host of The Biggest Loser shares her tips. (Hint: they don’t all have to do with losing weight.)

by Alison Sweeney
, Los Angeles, California

Doubt. It's a kind of failure of faith—in yourself and in your higher power. A negative feeling, right? Not always…

by Amy Wong

Joseph Embry brings hope and happiness to McDonald's customers

Read the inspiring story of a young man who makes every meal a happy meal—and his job a joy.

by Sharon Mangas
, Columbus, Indiana

Positive thinking tips about happiness during the holidays

No matter what stressful situations you're facing, these positive thinking tips can ease an anxious mind. 

by Richard Carlson, Ph.D.
, Orinda, California

Jon Gordon

Bombarded by information and distractions we forget what is truly important. When that happens, remember your positive thinking.

by Jon Gordon


With all the holiday hubbub, do I feel left out having a birthday in December? Not exactly…

by Amy Wong

Have you lost the joy of Christmas in the mad rush of sales and spending? Try grateful giving.

by Amy Wong

Light through the clouds

A new year is ahead. Now is the time for optimistic thinking. Define what it is that you hope for—and ask for it!

by Norman Vincent Peale


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