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Summary

Having a positive mind-set is incredibly important. Not only do positive thinkers tend to feel better about themselves, they are also more creative, solve problems faster and perform better. In short positive thinking gets positive results.

Maintaining a positive mind-set isn’t always easy, though, and sometimes we can get caught in patterns of negative or self-depreciating thoughts, and if these patterns are left unchecked they can begin to spoil your happiness and limit your potential.

In this audio Anne Marshall guides you through five simple and easy tips to help you to release any unhelpful thought patterns you may have and develop a more positive mind-set.

About the author: Anne Marshall is author of The Health Factor - Coach Yourself to Better Health and offers both hypnosis and coaching to help her clients achieve their health goals with speed and ease.

©2015 Anne Marshall (P)2015 Anne Marshall

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This book contains simple and easy to apply methods to move you from a negative mindset to a positive one. Even though I was in a positive mindset, I found it useful to reinforce what I am already doing, and to revisit what I am not doing.