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Self Help: Positive Thinking

Self Talk Guide to Beat Stress and Negative Thoughts from Your Brain and Evolve Your Positivity Habits and Optimism for the Good Life
Narrated by: Joel Kessler
Length: 3 hrs and 13 mins

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Publisher's Summary

You’re about to discover an excellent strategy on how to overcome negativity and start thinking positive. Many people struggle daily with their inner thoughts. While there is a select few people who can remain positive throughout the day, many are bombarded with the thought process that does not allow one shred of positivity. A lot of people realize that this is a problem that they face. They want to become more positive to enjoy life but don't know how.

In this audiobook, you will learn all the proven tips and strategies to break negative thoughts that are holding you back. You will know the specific steps on how to make yourself happy, calm, fulfilled, optimistic, and peaceful every day. It is indeed possible to achieve a lasting permanent successful mind-set.

We are all responsible for our own lives. We are responsible for how we think about and view our lives too. The great thing about this is that we’re in total control; no one can keep us from a great life except ourselves. With your intention, determination, and a little patience, you will soon find yourself living the life you’ve been longing for.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn....
 

  • Developing positivity
  • Negative thinking
  • Removing Stress
  • Taking responsibility of your actions
  • Improving relationships
  • Step-by-step process and much, much more!

Pessimism and negative thinking are a genuine state of mind that’s very damaging and controlling of our lives, but it’s also something that can be stopped and reversed by transitioning to a life of optimism and a positive mind-set. In this audiobook, we will get started on how you can win.

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