The Power of Positive Thinkingby Wojciech Adam Koszek ⋅ Mar 8, 2013 ⋅ Menlo Park, CA
A lot of people recommend it, but I didn't like it.
One of the books that I didn’t quite “get”, and thus didn’t really enjoy. The thing is that unlike other positive thinking lectures, this position is strictly religion intensive. Basically it felt like a study on God and religion, with the flavor of success in life.
Nothing bad in this approach. It just didn’t suit me. The book is too very traditional–passes only values which could be considered as “old”.
Compared to Ziglar’s or Rohn’s teachings, I saw more orthodox approach here. I decided to finish it only because all big names in the industry mention it as a basis for their works.