I'm thinking a better title for Thinking Anew might be Writing Anew.
It's part self-help book, it's part work book and every bit a tool that can help make your ideas and thoughts a reality, without getting in the way.
Authors Eugene F. Moynihan Jr. and Richard F. Quis have released the must-read guide to bringing organic and their life-altering thoughts to life and becoming crystal clear about what you don't want so you can discover, and concentrate on what you want out of life.
Moynihan, a private practice psychtherapist has helped all walks of life, includign 9/11 first responders deal with their issues. Quis survived a near death experience and as a writer was able to help put Moynihan's words down in this book.
Here is what the authors feel this book has to offer:
Thinking Anew: Harnessing the Power of Belief has been called a composition book, a black book, a work book, a sketch book, a scrap book and a powerful self-improvement book. New beginnings, like all start-ups, are ugly…even when the power of writing as a change agent has been known for thousands of years. Being creative is always a challenge. While book stores debate about slotting Thinking Anew in their inspirational or spirituality or self-help or creative writing or journaling (it's not) or addiction/recovery sections, mental health professionals would categorize it as written goal focused therapy…how to create and fulfill aspirations.
We all have problems in out life, this book could be your instruction manual.
The book is designed to help people in crisis find the passion to make change stick.
This book could help you with a personal situation, your small business or getting your life back on track.
This book explains that writing is powerful and seeing your words over and over again can be even more powerful.
With chapters titled "Follow Your Bliss," The Power of Positive Anticipation," and "Exorcism of the Negative" you can tell this book has a powerful message.
The book also includes blank pages, so you can start your own log and start writing.
Writing and public speaking are the fears of many, this book let's you see that writing can be therapeutic and good for the body, mind and soul. It's your own words and you don't have to let see others what you have written.
Learn and get your copy of this powerful book at www.helpthinkinganew.com.