How to Change the Way You Think - Amy Sharp

How to Change the Way You Think

By Amy Sharp

  • Release Date: 2012-11-05
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4.5
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Description

A formula for positive thinking, enabling the reader to effect a change in his or her life for the better.

The world that you create begins with your thoughts. This book is meant to help you transform the way you think about yourself, about others, and about the situations that you are facing in your life today.

Reviews

  • Definitely recommend!

    5
    By Jdawson1997
    I love this book!!!!! Be who you want to be and let others be who they are!!!
  • Content

    5
    By tay121465
    Very straight forward and does not drag out the main points
  • Life changing

    5
    By crysbriones
    Such a great book to read when you’re lost and confused about yourself
  • First book I read on the app

    5
    By keytay3200
    Loved it!
  • Positive Life

    5
    By MikPlz
    Nice easy read book. Reminded me all the positive things life can offer are here and in abundance. We just need to think and see it that way. Stop being Negative.
  • Changing my thoughts as I write-

    5
    By [email protected] brokerichard
    Positivity reflects positively☀️ I dig it!
  • My very first book

    5
    By Salsita verde
    Great book to improve mental health & grow mentally 🤎
  • Very inspiring read

    5
    By Kael F.
    Amazing book. Happened to run across this one while searching for some self-help books in the free book section and really guide my daily life through it. This book is suited for people who already have momentum trying to make their life more meaningful or lively because there are steps mentioned that one can use in a practical routine. I’d recommend this book to those who are willing, eager and motivated for change. Best of luck !
  • CHANGE

    5
    By Sydbkalxn
    It makes me real and realized that all people came through from all these difficulties.
  • Great book

    5
    By Carolinegon89
    Love your ideas of looking at things and it’s crazy how much we have in common growing up with messed up parents.. a lot alike.

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