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Entrepreneurs Brief Guide - We usually notice that when we're stressed about something, talking to a friend immediately helps in vanishing that stress and burden. This is often because the so-called stress we are facing comes from our perception of the situation. It could be that sometimes our perception is right and sometimes it is wrong. We tend to be harsh with ourselves or think negatively about circumstances and the people we are dealing with.

In 30 minutes, learn how to: (a) Appreciate positive thinking, (b) Think rationally and (c) Think positively.

Published: Dr Jim Porter on
ISBN: 9781466119314
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