Positive Thinking & The Meaning of Life - Marcus Freestone

Positive Thinking & The Meaning of Life

By Marcus Freestone

  • Release Date: 2013-09-14
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4
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From 189 Ratings

Description

Are you plagued by negative thinking, indecision and guilt? Would you like to transform your life with positive thinking skills and effective stress management and eliminate negative self-talk? Have no fear, this is not your typical self-help book. This is a collection of practical, down to earth tips and techniques gleaned from psychology and philosophy that can help you transform your thoughts and actions from failure to success. Learn how your brain actually works and the processes that control your thoughts, actions and emotions. You will learn that it is very easy to rewire your brain and gain new levels of motivation and self-confidence. Replace self-doubt and sadness with self-esteem and happiness. You will also discover that the meaning of life is no big deal after all.

Reviews

  • It makes you think. Like it!

    4
    By Yasserovic
    I love the idea of how this book is written
  • good reading

    4
    By Kenroy 43
    The Book in itself made good reading, but his conclusion was a disappointment to me as my conclusion to life is a bit different. But he being an Atheist i can understand his thinking but let ask ourselves this question, why do we all go through the same struggle mentally. and lets conclude by asking ourselves how did everything humane come about and in the same natural form without some higher being.
  • What a joke

    1
    By OniiiAbC
    I wouldn't give it any stars but as we know, at least one is required. All he's doing in the book is imposing HIS thinking on others. As if HIS thinking is proper and has no faults. He's dismissing any possibilities of what can be as if he knows. Plus there is a ton of grammatical errors. This book is a joke and so is he.
  • Zero

    1
    By globalwarning
    A pathetic and incorrect analysis of life, the universe and existence. Not worth any 'stars' but give one because the rating system requires at least one to post.
  • Interesting quick read

    4
    By tw02320
    Enjoyed the book overall. Some interesting ideas are discussed, although the conclusions reached may be radical for some. Worth it, in my opinion!
  • Poor conclusion

    1
    By Bostonian78
    This man is an atheist, he doesn't even know why he is living, now I understand why you are suffering and you will continue to suffer if you don't change your mind. If you want to know what an idiot thinks read this book. And I ask a question to the author, if things just exist as you stated, who created the earth or the sun? Was it by accident or why does matter exist if there is no meaning on anything????
  • Fantastic

    5
    By sally0407
    What a great read. Logical, rational and full of great examples. Definitely implementing the ideas you conveyed. Thank you for taking the time to write this guide