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Description: Introducing Investing in You – Using the Power of Positive Thinking. Inside this eBook, you will discover the topics about planting your seeds, roots: what’s in your garden now, self-esteem: catching the I-love-me disease, me-ology: the self-esteem dipstick, the dark ages: childhood programming and past letdowns, exercise: connect-the-influences, getting back on the horse, step away from the panic button: conquering fear, trauma: breaking the chains, “it could be worse”: dramatization and awareness, for your eyes only: journaling to release and so much more!
► Contains 166 Pages.
License: Private Label Rights (PLR)
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Niche: Self Help
File Size: 4.42 MB




Positive Thinking is a Bunch of Crap – and Crap Makes Great Fertilizer

“A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.”
Herm Albright

At some point in your life, you‟ve probably heard about the power of positive thinking. Basically, this is a theory that contends if you believe good things will happen to you, there will be some sort of cataclysmic shift in the energies surrounding you which will actually cause good things to happen to you. For as many people who believe in the power of positive thinking, there are many more who believe it‟s all a bunch of New Age pop psychology drivel or sugar-coated Peter Pan platitudes.

Here‟s the kicker: they‟re all right.

You see, positive thinking is a system of beliefs. So if you believe it does ‟t work- then, of course, it won‟t work. And if you believe it does work…well, you get the idea. For non-believers, using positive thinking is like trying to get a job after high school. You need experience to get

a job, but you need a job to get experience. It can be difficult to know where you‟re supposed to start. But just like any other process, the key to making positive thinking work for you is to start small. Plant seeds, if you will, and then learn how to tend and cultivate those seeds until you have a mental garden that bears a phenomenal crop, year after year. Anything is possible with positive thinking…even if you do believe it‟s all a bunch of crap.

Norman Vincent Peale, the father of positive thinking, once said: “If you have zest and enthusiasm you attract zest and enthusiasm. Life does give back in kind.” This is the essence of positive thinking. It‟s not so much a theory as it is a contagious disease. Just as anger and negativity spread quickly from person to person, so do humor and happiness- only good feelings spread far faster. Think about it: have you ever noticed that the quickest way to ease a tense situation is to make a joke? The instant someone laughs or smiles, a sense of relief spreads through everyone in the vicinity. Even if the angered parties don‟t feel better, they are at least able to discuss the problem in a detached and objective way and get on with their lives instead of dwelling on negativity. For that same reason, solo drivers who get cut off in traffic tend to remain angry for at least the rest of the drive-

because there is no one else near them to send out good vibrations and break the tension. Makes sense, does ‟t it?

If you‟ve picked up this book and read this far, the seeds of belief are already there. Your next step is to clear your mind‟s garden of doubt and get ready to plant. You‟ll learn how to take all that negativity and mulch it down into fertilizer that will let your possibilities grow.

Now grab your shovel, and let‟s head into the garden.