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Do you want to learn the secret of positivity?For thousands of years, we as humans, have naturally looked for “what’s wrong”. It was a survival mechanism. But, imagine how your life would be different if your mind automatically used positivity and looked for “what’s right”.Inside this book, you’ll find out:How To Completely Transform Your Mind To Automatically Think Positive Thoughts How To Attract What You Want In LifeThe Surprising Benefits of Positive ThinkingHow To Use Negative “Realistic” ThinkingHow To End All Negative Self Talk and Limiting BeliefsAnd Much, Much More!The author, Matt Morris has been into personal development since 1998, when he was in a plane crash, a coma for a month, and had to relearn practically everything. He’s read hundreds of books, and been to many self-help conferences. Now, he’s put his own spin on things with the knowledge and wisdom he’s acquired.Bonus:If you purchase this today, you'll get limited time access to our list of 31 things you can do to be happy everyday, as well as our special link to bestselling books ABSOLUTELY free!What Readers are Saying:“I realize that being positive in my life is my own key to my own personal happiness and even though I feel I’m happy most of the time, when I saw this book on Positive Thinking: How to Stop Worrying and Start Living an Awesome Life I had the thought, What if I could do an ever better job at my happiness? And this book by Matt Morris is just the ticket. He shows the correlation between gratitude and happiness, taking short work breaks each hour, living in the present moment spending 80% of our time enjoying the present and 20% thinking of the future. Mr. Morris recommends one of his other books, How To Live In The Present Moment, which I also downloaded and have begun to read just after finishing this one. He even has one of NLP which is now on my list of books to read.If there’s one thing I got out of this positive thinking book it’s to don’t just react but respond. There is a difference. Responding to a failure by thinking of ways I can succeed next time is one example.”To Read Immediately, Scroll Up To The Top-Right & Click The Orange "Buy now with 1-Click" Button.