Contagious Optimism Uplifting Stories and Motivational Advice forPositive Forward Thinking David Mezzapelle was inspired to write this uplifting book based on his life s experiences and his own contagious optimism He has influenced many people with his outlook and this book offers optimism

  • Title: Contagious Optimism: Uplifting Stories and Motivational Advice forPositive Forward Thinking
  • Author: David Mezzapelle MarshallGoldsmith
  • ISBN: 9781936740413
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
  • David Mezzapelle was inspired to write this uplifting book based on his life s experiences and his own contagious optimism He has influenced many people with his outlook and this book offers optimism to others around the globe Contagious Optimism includes stories and parables of amazing life turnarounds from real people world wide A compendium of encouragement, ContagioDavid Mezzapelle was inspired to write this uplifting book based on his life s experiences and his own contagious optimism He has influenced many people with his outlook and this book offers optimism to others around the globe Contagious Optimism includes stories and parables of amazing life turnarounds from real people world wide A compendium of encouragement, Contagious Optimism also includes advice and guidance from business leaders, visionaries and professionals Nowadays, many people have lost confidence in themselves and the world around them due to personal hardship along with economic and political uncertainty worldwide Contagious Optimism shows readers that it s possible to FIND the silver lining in every cloud Developed by the team that brought you Random Acts of Kindness, this book is like Chicken Soup for the Soul meets Pay It Forward, on steroids Contagious Optimism is pure inspiration that will lift hearts, open minds, and create a movement of pass it on hope and happiness Featured stories and endorsements from contagious optimists such as Michael Beckwith Founder of the single largest interfaith church in America LA s Agape Nancy Ferrari The Oprah of AM Radio Daniel Tully Chairman Emeritus of Merrill Lynch and one of the top executives to ever grace Wall Street.

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    1. I loved the many stories shared from people of all walks of life and how they stayed optimistic and hopeful during some very difficult challenges.Interesting to learn about the master mind which for me ultimately is similar to how I receive inspiration or revelation from God.

    2. Great short stories that will leave you feeling optimistic and hopefully a new perspective on life. It's divided into different sections on life's challenges so I did skip the chapter on relationships as this was geared for those with trouble marriages or divorcees. So you can kind of pluck what you want from it the way it is laid out. I enjoy reading things that make me feel my glass is always going to be "half full". It's not really a self help book but more of a collection of short stories so [...]

    3. No, not one I'd recommend. Lots of little antidotes that got very old and boring about half way through. Actually I really disagreed with some of them that came across as pull-yourself-up-by-your-bootstraps kind of thing. I'm sure the intention was to get the readers feel-good endorphins flowing but the stories bored me, mainly because I didn't recognize any of the contributors and I felt like the authors credentials were weak. David Mezzapelle is just some guy with a self-proclaimed penchant pe [...]

    4. Contagious optimism, I love it!Ch. 7: Need Help Getting Somewhere? -- Ask and Answer by Barbara Rady Kazdan I enjoyed reading this whole book, but I think the last sentence of this story stood out to me the most. "You are the only one who has the power to grant you permission."Ch. 8: You Have Arrived! -- The Best is Yet to Come by Alan Malizia"Why the fork?" :)I recommend this book to anyone and everyone!

    5. I enjoyed the book but you can't read it all at once. You have to pause between each story/essay to absorb the advice. The ones I found the most uplifting or poignant were the ones that most reflected who I am now, who I have been in the past, or who I hope to become in the future. I'm grateful that I won this book from LibraryThing.

    6. You can be more contagiously optimistic in life, and author David Mezzapelle has combined wisdom to uplift and motivate from more than 65 professionals in coaching, medicine, social work and business. Here's is a summary of what I got out of his book Contagious Optimism: youtu/aMg9LeB0GWc

    7. Truth is, I'll never know all there is to know about you just as you will never know all there is to know about me. Humans are by nature too complicated to be understood fully. So, we can choose either to approach our fellow human beings with suspicion or to approach them with an open mind, a dash of optimism and a great deal of candour.Tom Hanks

    8. Containing short stories of encouragement, this isn't a bad read. But otherwise I found little to appreciate. Likely I just didnt understand as I was looking for more of a self-help type of read.

    9. This was a compilation of inspiring stories. While it was good, I wasn't wowed. It wasn't bad, though. It had enough good stories in it about overcoming challenging situations.

    10. One of the best books I have readI used this not like books full of advice and such, well that was a mistake, I'm glad I changed my mind and ran into this one. Thank you

    11. Other than a few excerpts, my "armchair psychology degree" rendered this book useless for meI quit after a few chapters.I found it boring, and numerous clich├ęs & quotes like "never give up" and "you can achieve anything" made it seem a bit too "simple", sometimes bordering on silly.I personally got way more out of "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck" and "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People".

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