From the time we were toddlers having The Little Engine That Could read to us, we have been taught the relationship between believing in ourselves (positive thinking) and accomplishing our goals. For many of us, by the time we reach adulthood, the reality of the school of hard knocks allows us to question ourselves, and our ability to reach our potential. There is, however, a huge correlation between positive or negative thoughts and ability to achieve our goals.
Whether You Think You Can or Can’t, You’re Right”–Henry Ford
To help get on track this year, below is some suggested reading:
Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale, the grandfather of positive thinking – With more than seven million copies sold, this 50th anniversary edition delivers a message about the power of faith and how positive thinking can lead to the secret of success.
The Law of Attraction Plan and Simple: Create the Extraordinary Life That You Deserve by Sonia Ricotti – There’re lots of books and articles regarding the law of attraction. Sonia Ricotti breaks it down into 11 steps to shift thoughts and emotions to emit positive vibes and attract the life you want. With only 125 pages, it’s quick to read and provides a powerful message.
Live Like Your Nail Color Even If You Have Naked Nails: Discovering Sanity, Confidence, and Fun at the Tips of Your Fingers or Toes! by Mary Foley – In this light-hearted book, Mary teaches how to replace feelings of feelings of stress, unworthiness, fear, frustration with sanity, confidence, and fun – all while doing your nails. This book is both enlightening and fun to read!
Feng Shui Love by Joni Davis and Lisa Hyatt – This romantic comedy novel explores the use of feng shui to remove the bad energy in ones living space and create a harmonious space to spark romance, and improve career and finances.
This year, keep a positive outlook to help keep your resolutions and reach your goals.
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