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Embrace Positivity: Think, Speak, And Act - A 3-Step Strategy to Live Your Best Life (The Inner Journey) Kindle Edition
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Have you read self-help books that inspired you to revamp your thinking and your life, but you didn't know where to start? This is a common problem, especially when you're trying to implement the power of positive thinking in your life. Good news - this book will not only give you a guide to do that but outlines exactly how you can take this power from the mind to your actions. Think Positive, Speak Positive, Act Positive: A 3-Step Strategy to Embrace Positivity and Change Your Life, by Aditi Agarwal, is the perfect guide to show you how to implement the power of the positive in your everyday life. It's a short guide that gives you exactly what you need to take that knowledge and implement it in your life.
I like this book for so many reasons: it's short, it's easy to understand and apply, and it gives specific, relevant examples that make it easy to use in everyday living. Aditi Agarwal gives clear guidance on how to apply the power of positive thinking in your daily ritual so it becomes a habit to become a more positive person and, in turn, create a happier life. Think Positive, Speak Positive, Act Positive: A 3-Step Strategy to Embrace Positivity and Change Your Life delivers on the promise of its title in great form, and - best of all - is short enough that you can refer back to it any time for a refresher on these strategies. It's well written, well organized, and easy to understand. I highly recommend adding this book to your self-help shelf!
From the Inside Flap
---- Words are the most concrete state of thought. It is very important to think positive, but it is more important to speak positive words. When you speak something, you bring words to life. Words and sounds create waves and generate vibrational energy. This energy has a tremendous effect on us. If we speak positive words, we generate positive energy around us, whereas if we speak negative, we create negative vibrations.
- ASIN : B074PX9QF5
- Publisher : Aditi Agarwal Books LLC; 2nd edition (August 9, 2017)
- Publication date : August 9, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 1845 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 68 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #985,392 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I was lucky to get a copy of this book during it's free book promotion. This book gave me really valuable advice on how I should change my thinking. Actually, I have seen a nice progress on my thinking. I'm now able to see the positive more often. I'm gonna refer to this book often in the future.
Also, I really enjoyed the thought-provoking quotes included.
It even suggests various forms of meditation, to begin with, though briefly. I was aware only about breathing technique and was amazed to know there are a couple of other meditation techniques as well including the transcendental meditation.
I loved the flow and the easy language. Though it’s a small book it is power packed with loads of information regarding positive thoughts and the power of positive thinking, and at the end, the author has given a list of inspirational quotes to make a reader feel motivated.
There are many references in the book and though the author mentions Zig Ziglar at numerous times, the book also gives examples of Oprah Winfrey, Nick Vujicic, Bill Gates, and so more.
I loved the piece where the author suggests how important it is to speak positively with your kids. We as a parent are the first teachers to our kids. It’s very important that we inculcate our kids with positive thoughts and give them an outlook to see the world with positivity.
At the end, I loved this tiny bundle of information and would love to explore more about the author and her books.
This book was short and much of it I have heard before, but there's never anything wrong with collecting universal truths. We all need reminders, prodding, and inspiration, and if it's a path well re-tread, all the more power to the book.
I thought perhaps what the book could do is recognize how each of us are different and how perhaps we can tie into our unique traits. If a person is shy and withdrawn, maybe that person could tie into his or her love of fiction or art and find inspiration within to network with fellow artists and free thinkers. A person who is engaging and extroverted may naturally find it easier to achieve success but may also be impatient and frustrated; perhaps an outlet for venting would be best served through sports or some other activities. So perhaps if this book went deeper, I could find something that I could reflect upon. One of the inspirational figures the author cites, Stephen Covey, is very successful because he actually has a road map that works well and was extensively tested, in "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People."
I know of people who followed the principles the author enunciated but without the flexibility that author recommends. They were relentless in their chase for purpose and achievement, and they obtained many degrees, quit their meaningless jobs for other more promising jobs, went to Africa to volunteer for poor people, and continually re-evaluated and improved themselves, but still weren't happy. In fact, they continued to be burnt out and restless, chasing perfection.
Maybe happiness is an evasive goal, and is very individual-oriented. Some people are happy just resting at their cottage and doing a routine, consistent job like handling memos or doing factory work during the week until the day they retire. Some people are happy doing nothing but being with family and helping out although they do not do volunteer work for strangers. Maybe this book could acknowledge that.