The Power of Positive Thinking

Author(s): Norman Vincent Peale

Psychology / Self Help

'You do not need to be defeated by anything, can have peace of mind, improved health, and a never-ceasing flow of energy'. "The Power of Positive Thinking" is a practical, direct-action application of spiritual techniques to overcome defeat and win confidence, success and joy. Norman Vincent Peale, the father of positive thinking and one of the most widely read inspirational writers of all time, shares his famous formula of faith and optimism which he developed himself by trial and error whilst searching for a way of life. Millions of people have taken Peale's teachings as their own simple and effective philosophy of living. His gentle guidance helps to eliminate defeatist attitudes, to know the power you possess and to make the best of your life.


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Beautifully crafted special edition of the international bestseller The Power of Positive Thinking, which has inspired millions through the heartfelt prescription for enjoying a more fulfilling life.

"This book had an amazing impact on my life." Daily Express

Born in Ohio, USA, in 1898, Norman Vincent Peale grew up helping support his family by delivering newspapers, working in a grocery store, and selling pots and pans door to door, but later was to become one of the most influential clergymen in the United States during the 20th-century. Educated at Ohio Wesleyan University and Boston University, he went on to become a reporter on the Findlay, Ohio, Morning Republic prior to entering the ministry and went on to author some 40 books. Peale confessed that as a youth he had 'the worst inferiority complex of all,' and developed his positive thinking philosophy just to help himself.

General Fields

  • : 9780091947453
  • : Ebury Publishing
  • : Vermilion
  • : March 2012
  • : 206mm X 134mm X 31mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Norman Vincent Peale
  • : Hardback
  • : Special edition
  • : English
  • : 158.1
  • : 320