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A new manifestation of positive thinking –an informative approach to greatly assist in everyday life.

A book that redefines positive thinking for realistic outcomes.

A realistic perspective on how to lead a more satisfying and happy life.

Contains motivating stories that demonstrate the power of positive thinking to encourage positive action.

Attractively designed (with diagrams and illustrations) and part of a new series that will focus on mindset development.

Book Details

ISBN: 978-1-912555-15-4

FORMAT: 165 x 115

BOOKBINDING: Hardback

PAGE COUNT: 128pp


AUTHOR

Neil Francis is an author and entrepreneur. He has extensive experience as a Chairman, CEO, and director of many companies. Currently he is the Chairman of a digital agency, director of an internet company, as well as a consultancy and a social enterprise. He is the author of Inspired Thinking, The Entrepreneur’s Book and Changing Course.


REVIEWS

Neil Francis has faced neurological adversity with remarkable courage, and come through on the other side. His optimism and positive attitude, combined with great determination, shine through every page of positive thinking, which is a fine testament to his inspirational approach to overcoming cognitive deficits.’

Robert McCrum, Associate Editor of the Observer and author of Year Off: Rediscovering Life After a Stroke (Picador)

This is a fascinating book! Neil blends solid research and his own inspiring story to inject every page with hope, positivity and possibility. Few books are game changers – this one may well be. I will certainly be recommending Positive Thinking to my business book club!

Jill Garrett, Executive Coach, consultant and former European Managing Director of the Gallup Organization

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