The Magic of Thinking Big

For when you need extra motivation. You want to keep moving forward in your day to day. Or if you think you have achieved everything, or even if you want to continue improving or recycling, the book The Magic of Thinking Big will help you through motivating sentences, expressions or examples.

This book by David J. Schwartz has already sold more than 4,000,000 copies. It has a 2nd version, The Magic of Thinking Big, which I can’t recommend so much (it loses some charm in the translation). If you can still locate it, I recommend the initial proposal.

It would be the original version: The Magic of Thinking Big .

A proposal for you to improve the attitude of thinking positively and generating the power, skill and energy necessary to achieve what you want.

I recommend this book as it helps a lot to understand the situation you are in and the changes you can achieve. Expressions like ” na right attitude and an arm are better than a wrong attitude and two arms ” with your actual example, makes values more how to act.

If you think you will succeed you will .

So says David J. Schwartz, the writer of The Magic of Thinking Big. You can get success if you think you can get it. The attitude of thinking positive generates the power, skill and energy necessary to achieve what you intend to achieve.

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When you think you can achieve something, that’s when you really think about how to do it.

A more conservative attitude such as “it’s okay, I’ll try but I don’t think I’ll succeed” produces failure. There is no doubt that after defining our goal, we must determine how we will achieve it, and positive thinking is more than necessary. However, it is also essential to use all your knowledge and experience to achieve it, since an obsession with the goal can also make you act more with the heart than with the head, and can make you not achieve your goal.

The 7 Points of the Magic of Thinking Big:

  1. Believe that you will succeed and you will achieve it
  2. Mistakesare not always failures .
  3. Errors can be managed.
  4. There are mistakes that are not mistakes, even if everyone thinks they are.
  5. The errors help youto be more alert, to remain vigilant.
  6. Sometimes mistakes requirestarting over … and nothing happens.
  7. Lessons are learned from the mistakes of others.

A highly recommended book for those who want and can continue to value and improve themselves daily.


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