ABOUT THE BOOK
Discusses how our thoughts and attitudes influence our successes and failures.
Achieve the ultimate in health, wealth, and happiness. This modern update on a timeless classic will teach you how to direct your mind to get exactly what you want in life. By applying the life-changing principles in this book, you’ll discover how your everyday thoughts can open up a new and exciting world and ensure you a life of true abundance!
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Adam is the CEO of Blufish LLC, a successful technology-based business. He has dedicated his life to understanding the power of the human mind. He is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur.
Adam and his wife, Moana, live in Utah and are the parents of twin boys.
This book is chalk full of quotable lines, here are a few of them:
"A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts."
"You may or may not see yourself as the creator of your circumstances, but is there harm in imagining that you are?"
"Everything outside of you mirrors what is inside of you."
"When you find yourself at a low point, remember to life your circumstances. You must first lift your thoughts; then by universal law, your circumstances must change."
These are just a few of the empowering thoughts expressed in this book. Truly as humans, we are what we think we are, for good or bad. It's not about what life brings to us, but what we bring to life. We may not be able to control everything that happens to us, but we can control how we react to what happens. If we think about changing, it becomes possible, very difficult maybe, but possible. This book provides a profound and straightforward look at the innate power of human beings to change circumstances by changing our thoughts. But change requires effort and it requires focusing on root causes and not just effects. Effects won't change until causes do. I appreciated Mortimer's comments that offer clarifying insights into what Allen wrote. There is much here to be considered and pondered and acted upon. I highly recommend this as an inspirational and hopeful read.