Change Your Life

Grinnan, Edward
January 2007
Guideposts;Jan2007, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p2
The author focuses on positive thinking. He cites a way to achieve a positive attitude by mentioning a quote from philosopher and psychologist William James. He introduces Amy Tong, the editor of Positive Thinking, a magazine that helps readers keep a good attitude. He also shares his personal resolution of changing her worry habit.


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