Rethinking Positive Thinking for the 21st century
Positive Thinking: How to Create a World of Possibilities by Neil Francis publishes today. Dr David Gillespie, Consultant clinical neuropsychologist and clinical research fellow praises the book: “If you’ve ever wondered what positive thinking is (and is not), this is the book to read.”
Traditionally, the positive thinking philosophy advocates that you will achieve whatever you want purely by thinking positive thoughts. By rethinking the true meaning of positive thinking for the 21st century, Neil Francis explores different ways of creating new possibilities so that you make the right decisions to live a more balanced, meaningful and contented life.
“A refreshingly candid book that draws on an engaging personal story to discuss what drives us all and gives us a sense of worth. Being honest, I started by bracing myself for cliches and a bit of a lecture, as so many ‘self-help’ books have started to look out of touch with reality. But Neil Francis has kept his thoughts and writing firmly on the ground in a way that I thoroughly enjoyed and could easily relate to.” – Mark Beaumont, Athlete, broadcaster, ambassador and world record holder for cycling the world
“If you’ve ever wondered what positive thinking is (and is not) this is the book to read. Neil Francis shows us how to live more meaningful, productive, fulfilling lives. The practical tips and strategies are based on sound scientific theory, not wishy-washy wishful thinking. I highly recommend it.” Dr David Gillespie, Consultant clinical neuropsychologist and clinical research fellowÂ
Neil Francis is the author of The Entrepreneur’s Book and Changing Course. He is currently the chairman of digital agency, director of one internet company, director of a consultancy practice and a trustee of a social enterprise.
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