Contagious Optimism is an uplifting book of stories and parables about amazing life turnarounds. A compendium of encouragement, it includes advice and guidance from business leaders, visionaries, and just plain folk. Nowadays, many people have lost confidence in themselves and the world around them due to personal hardship as well as economic and political uncertainty worldwide. Contagious Optimism offers listeners the possibility to look for and find silver linings. This is pure inspiration that will lift hearts, open minds, and create a movement of pass-it-on hope and happiness.
Featured in this audiobook are stories and endorsements from such "contagious optimists" as Michael Beckwith, founder of Agape International, the single largest interfaith church in America; Nancy Ferrari, the "Oprah of AMRadio;" and Daniel P. Tully, CEO emeritus of Merrill Lynch.
©2013 David Mezzapelle (P)2013 Blackstone Audiobooks
Definitely a keeper
All the stories were marvellous, I enjoyed the different narration swapping to and fro between David and Terri. This book spoke to me and it was just what I needed to hear to lift me up and get my mojo back.
All of it. Their down to earth common problems and the way they look at life. I will listen to this book over and over in case I overlooked something. Normally I may switch off my thought patterns, but not with this book. Every chapter was excellent.
All of it moved me. We are the masters of our own destiny and this book reminded me again to be in the pilot seat of my life, not to be blaming outside forces for everything that goes wrong. I thought my experiences were adverse until I heard some of the experiences from this book. Nothing is stopping me now from reaching my full potential.
Thank you David for a fantastic book. One that I will treasure.
There were occasional pearls but they were rare. Given that this is a work born of an America self obsessed and self absorbed in wealth creation, it struggles to step away from this core idea. And, for an avowed atheist, the references to religious practice are often toe ciurlingly awful. Sometimes very helpful, often vacuous and out dated.
I confess, I tired of the two perfumers endlessly sounding like themselves. This work would greatly have benefited from many more professional actors.
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