We all want to feel happy and hopeful every day. And we're fascinated by others who seem to be. How do they do it? How can we do it, too?
Maintaining a positive attitude can be challenging when we're often bombarded with negative thinking and alarming news headlines.
Written for readers who are concerned about personal growth, The Hope Handbook focuses attention on YOU being in control of what you can control - your thoughts and your attitude. This book challenges you to take responsibility for your own happiness and change the way you allow negative thoughts to enter your mind.
Is there hope? Yes. It is possible to be completely fulfilled in life. Understand that hope begets hope. The more uplifting and encouraging words you inhale, the more positive you become. Personal growth is directly related to what we think about and the types of messages we receive into our spirit. Therefore, you are what you read.
This collection of insightful, empowering tweets is jammed with good advice, wise ideas, important reminders, and words of hope to carry you through your day, week, month and the rest of your life.
Here's what you'll find: perspective, inspiration, insight and focus points to help you commit to set new achievable objectives leading you to greater happiness and prosperity.
Here's wishing you lots of HOPE and much SUCCESS. Enjoy!
|Publisher:||Star Stone Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)|
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Life is hard sometimes, and I feel like it's been especially tough for me these last four years. My mind is sometimes tempted to give up hope and check out entirely, even though I know I have a lot to be thankful for - and a family that loves me. When I came across The Hope Handbook by Kent, I felt a spark ignite inside of me and I felt an irresistible pull to read it at once...and with good reason(s). I feel like the author inherently knows my struggles to stay positive and remove the negative thought patterns, and I felt like I had a partner in my so-called positive rehabilitation. The advice in the book is geared towards making small changes on a big level, and gave me permission to give up the ghost of negative thinking and make the positive change I've been so desperately seeking. I've read the entire book twice, and have made notes in a journal that I keep with me. When I'm feeling down or like I'm slipping back into my old habits, I make sure to remember that's there IS hope ... and it's right at my fingertips.