The Seven-Day Mental Diet is about throwing out all negativity and thinking only positive thoughts because, as the author says, thoughts are things, or they become things. If this is true, it follows that everything in your life today is based on your past thoughts.
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"Amazingly Beautiful Wake Up Call!"
Succinct, every second packed with powerful and stirring insights. Easy to digest for both brain and mind! After listening to this wonderful audiobook, you will not think the same ever again. It downloads something divinely powerful into your consciousness! Bravo!
"Tony Robbins recommend"
Excellent, short and to the point of rewiring habitual crappy thinking. Try this for 7 days and you'll soon be rewiring negative situations to positively percepted outcomes.
"Simple and Easy "
Short and profound advice on how to live a better life (almost) immediately. The premise is "Think well, to be well." The concept here is clear and simple.
"I love Emmett Fox!"
The is an awesome quick read/listen. It works if you work it. Everyone deserves to live a life of peace and prosperity.
"My Favorite Book Ever"
If you really commit to the exercise given your life will change for the better. I cannot emphasize how important this book has been to creating a habit of positive and constructive thinking. Highly recommended.
Loved the book. Would have liked a more story-telling voice to hear it from - granted Jason McCoy is much better than the audible I found on YouTube, by far. I think this book would be great for anyone to read and abide by. I'm so glad I discovered it while trying to find other motivational videos/books.
This is a good instruction for everyone!! Your life will change, and obstacles become opportunities.. Stay with it and be amazed as your life changes!!
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"Cheated and Suckered"
The author may have had the best of intentions, yet I felt cheated upon its ending. It was a pontificating without strategy nor tactic. He should simply have given the aphorism - think positively. Decidedly unhelpful
Needs to give more instruction but is useful, I recommend it.
Buy it, it is good to change yourself. Nice.
"The Most Important 17:43 minutes"
This should be taught at school.
As vital as an ability to communicate
and number skills.
Listen and live it!
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