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The key to a successful and happy life lies within you. Confidence in your own abilities and powers can unlock your potential and help you live a more fulfilling life. The Power Of Positive Thinking For Young People will help you build self-confidence and unleash your inner powers. Learn from the original master of the positive thinking theory, and transform your life into an energized and growth oriented existence.
The book is an adapted version of the The Power Of Positive Thinking, a truly inspiring all-time bestseller. Positive Thinking For Young People is youth oriented and is intended to teach young people how to use the power of positive thinking to achieve greater success in their lives. The author addresses the most common issues faced by teenagers, and presents a series of pragmatic steps for dealing with them.
The Power Of Positive Thinking For Young People enables young people to develop a positive approach to life, and elucidates on the various ways they can maximize their energy and talent. The book is well designed and its relevant practical approach makes it an engaging read. In essence the book is a powerful tool for building self-confidence in order to achieve the most in life.
About Norman Vincent Peale
Dr. Norman Vincent Peale was a well known author, minister, and motivational speaker. His other popular books include The Power Of Positive Thinking, The Power Of Confidence, You Can If You Think You Can, Thought Conditioners, Positive Thinking Every Day: An Inspiration For Each Day Of The Year, Positive Imaging: The Powerful Way To Change Your Life, Courage And Confidence: An Anthology, The Art Of Real Happiness, Why Some Positive Thinkers Get Powerful Results, and Six Attitudes For Winners.
Peale was born in 1898 in Bowersville, Ohio. He attended Bellefontaine High School in Bellefontaine, Ohio. He went to college at Ohio Wesleyan University, and later studied theology at the Boston University School of Theology. Peale became an ordained minister of the Methodist Church in 1922. He joined the Reformed Church in America in 1932, and served as a pastor in the Marble Collegiate Church, Manhattan. He was instrumental in increasing the church membership from 600 to over 5000, and became one of New York City's most popular preachers. He is the progenitor of the positive thinking theory, and many of his books on the theory have become all-time bestsellers. Peale died in 1993 at the age of 95.