The Magic Of Thinking Big (Oriya)

Author:

Dr. David J. Schwartz

Publisher:

Manjul Publishing House

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Publisher

Manjul Publishing House

Publication Year 2019
ISBN-13

9788183225595

ISBN-10 8183225594
Binding

Paperback

Edition Second
Number of Pages 325 Pages
Language (Oriya)
Dimensions (Cms) 21.7 X 14 X 2
Weight (grms) 288

Thinking big and staying positive and motivated all the time is a tiresome process in itself. Many people might say that thinking big is the key to success, but in this book, the author goes on the detail on exactly how this is possible.
It is not just the actions that make a man; his thinking is a reflection in the still waters of his mind. These thoughts when properly oriented can change his/her life completely. Happiness lines the path each day but some might be choosing to ignore it because of their preoccupations with family, job and society.
Dr. David Schwartz urges the reader to set his aspirations high and keep on the track to achieving them by staying motivated and positive consistently. This self-help book with a program to resolve stress and enhance the supremacy of intellect, illustrates stories of many who attained their goals by visualization.
The author describes the three vicious diseases that corrupt the mind—excuses, details and procrastination. The book can help in building confidence, a positive outlook and mentality. It may also enhance the reader’s limits of thinking, enabling sound decisions and a happier life.

Dr. David J. Schwartz

Born on March 23, 1927, in the United States of America, David J. Schwartz was a motivational writer and life coach, best known for his book The Magic of Thinking Big, which was published in 1959. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nebraska, Schwartz went on to complete his PhD from Ohio State University in 1953. During his tenure as a professor at Georgia State University, Schwartz was always considered a huge source of motivation. And, he proves that in his debut book and in his sophomore book The Magic of Getting What You Want (1983).
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