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The Magic of Believing Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 1991
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–Rev. Norman Vincent Peale
“The Magic of Believing changed my life. Read it and any problem can be solved, happiness can be achieved, great rewards can be reaped.”
“I began practicing the principles and philosophies in The Magic of Believing and found the secret of a successful formula. I can truthfully say that since reading this book, I have experienced greater happiness.”
–Liberace --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
NIDO R. QUBEIN, chairman of Creative Services, Inc., an international consulting firm based in High Point, North Carolina, is a recipient of the highest awards given to professional speakers, including the Cavett, the "Oscar" of professional speaking, and the Council of Peers Award of Excellence. He serves on a dozen corporate and university boards, including the National Speakers Association, Southern National Corporation, and the Bryan School of Business at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.
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Top Customer Reviews
I see you smirking. I know, I know, you've heard that before. But did you really believe or did you just pretend to believe when in fact you did believe you just believed that you didn't believe even though you were still believing? Got it?
We cannot escape believing. We believe even when we don't believe. It's not a question of whether or not we are believing, it becomes a matter of what we are willing to believe. I once believed that God was out to get me. Everywhere I went I met with dissapointment, failure, and rejection. I believed that I was cursed and you could not talk me out of it no matter what. And then I got this book. I don't exactly know how it came into my experience, but there must have been a smidgen of optimism in my fog of despair to allow some clarity to shine through.
While reading this book I had an ephiphany. I am the writer, the director, the producer, and the star actor of my own show. My Life is my very own production. Let's just say that bad things really did happen in my life. Good things could've been happening at the same time but I believed in the "bad" more than the "good".Read more ›
The mind is like a thermostat, and once set at a level of accomplishment, it will not allow the individual to exceed that set level. The thermostat is really what you believe is possible for you. When "the area of the possible" expands for you, your accomplishments will expand as well.
This is not really "magic," it only seems that way. It is really natural forces at work that are not completely understood, yet may be used for your benefit.
I reread this book every few years. I am always amazed at the insights it contains.
Thank you for reading my review even with my poor English.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Service from seller was great.....print of the book was very small, content is good, but if you have trouble reading...look for a larger print version.Published 10 days ago by gaiahealer
This book is truly magical if you read in between the meaning and significance of the storiesPublished 23 days ago by F. Van Tart
This book The Magic of Believing; With A New Introduction by Nido Quben contains encouraging information on the great power of beliefs on page 36 (including a reference to Sigmund... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Stella Carrier
I suggest listening to the audio on Youtube. It edits out a lot of the blah, blah, blah. Powerful if you believe in believing in yourself. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jeff mejia
Poor quality copy, The print is small as if the publisher was trying to save money on paper and the right hand margin isn't even justified.Published 1 month ago by Susanna
This is a great book and do not waste time on the newer version of this where the author tries to convert Claude Bristols thoughts . Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael
Read this book years ago, and glad to see it was in print again. A wonderful book that can change your life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by SM (USA)