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Positive Thinking Pocketbook: Little exercises for a successful life

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’This book is worth a read by anyone who seeks to explore how they can shift, shape and structure their thinking and way of being in a more positive manner.’

Title: Positive Thinking Pocketbook: Little exercises for a successful life

Author: Gill Hasson

Publisher: Capstone

Reviewer: Jim Blair

What was it like?

This is a very handy book both in its compact easy to carry around size and in it readily accessible format within. The book takes the reader through central components of how to shift thinking form being negative to positive through converting this into positive action in ways that ensure such practices become habit and are sustained. This is done in a readable style that is engaging, challenging and highly practical. Facing challenging situations and being able to tackle them in a solution orientated positive manner that reflects on another person’s position and thought processes can be like wading through shifting sand. However, this book offers guidance about how to be non-judgemental and understand the evolving picture to be able to find a path through.

What were the highlights?

The practical solutions are set out in an ease to follow, digest and undertake in a sustainable manner so positive outcome can evolve and take route.

Strengths & weaknesses:

This book will appeal to anyone seeking to evolve their perspectives on their own thinking and the thinking of others

Who should read it?

This book is worth a read by anyone who seeks to explore how they can shift, shape and structure their thinking and way of being in a more positive manner. Those who feel they are already positive thinkers would benefit from the guidance provided in understanding other people’s thinking patterns and approaches.

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positive thinking pocketbook

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