Are you someone who always sees the glass as half empty and you want to be someone who sees it as half full?
Do you want to be a more positive person in your life overall?
Then you should listen to this book on positive thinking!
Positive thinking is not just about telling yourself affirmations every day and being an insufferably fake positive person even though you're feeling really down. It's about being able to look on the bright side of almost any situation and knowing that there will be some negative times in your life.
This book is meant to teach you how to move past those negative moments and try to focus more on the positive aspects of situations in your life. It's about learning from mistakes rather than dwelling on them, and knowing that every moment in life is a teachable moment for you.
In this book, you will find:
Start utilizing this book today to become a more positive you!
©2016 Katelyn Williams (P)2015 Katelyn Williams
I've read enough self-help books and positive thinking books to be jaded by the whole thing, but Katelyn Williams' book stands out above the rest for the simple fact that her advice embeds itself in realism.
Williams herself explains what I mean best: "Thinking positively is not about ignoring reality so you can focus on aspirational thoughts. It's actually about taking a proactive approach to your life rather than feeling hopeless and overwhelmed."
William L. Sturdevant's excellent narration drives home this message as he presents the text clearly and precisely. His is a voice that wills you to trust in him, and it's that's important for any book that we are investing in for our own well-being. He's a great choice of narrator.
Topics are not limited to the mundane. There's talk of creative thinking as well as problem solving, and Williams' makes useful suggestions on finding humour in life, promoting optimism, self-nurturing and self-fulfilling prophesies. Her explanations are simple and clear.
I particularly liked William's discussion on how life is not black and white, as much as we'd like it to be sometimes. She challenges us to seek the shades of gray in between, to reframe our challenges, and use our family and friends when needed.
Running less than an hour, I'm amazed at just how much worthwhile advice has been squeezed into this audio tome. It's not rushed, by any means, but the usual padding that goes with these kinds of books has been eradicated. It's focussed and to the point.
An excellent self-help guide which I wholeheartedly recommended.
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