• Sun, Oct 11 2009

Carnival of Positive Thinking

girl-with-flowersEach Sunday I post articles which I receive that may help us to move from loneliness and depression to finding the self confidence for a happy life again. Here are this weeks positive thinking articles

Positive Present presents light up your life: 5 ways to make your path brighter posted at positively present.

Anna presents Success is Yours To Define posted at The Engaging Brand

Ken Siew presents 5 Steps to Building Confidence in Yourself! posted at Think Big & Think Money – Guide to Success & Wealth, saying, “Do you want to be successful? Every successful individual is confident in their own ways! Use these 5 techniques that will make you more confident, day in and day out, guaranteed.”

Vincent presents Excuses No More – The Way To A Life Of Abundance posted at Hit Your Goals.

Lisa Illichmann presents Lisa Illichmann » Of Bikes and Bushes posted at Lisa Illichmann, saying, “It’s not really about what happens to us, but instead about how we interpret these events. This interpretation forms our lives and gives our lives meaning. Even something as simple as bikes or bushes can have many meanings.”

Kiko Erel presents Attracting Money- Happiness before Funds posted at Selfish Help.

Kiko Erel presents Attracting Money – Your Inner Knowing posted at Selfish Help.

Mary Jones presents Top 50 + Blogs to Make You Healthier (And Happier) posted at Comments on: Top 100 Diet and Fitness Blogs, saying, “Test some of the healthy tips and recipes recommended by these bloggers to give your immune system a boost.”

Dave Damron presents Simple Pleasures posted at The Minimalist Path.

Andrew Cowan presents Alkalizing an acid diet posted at acid diet, saying, “Our physical and mental health are intimately related. Taking more care to eat nutrient rich healthy foods often gives us a much more positive outlook. We only have one life. Let’s make the most of it!”

Wally Bock presents Let’s hear it for the role models posted at Momentor.

Anne Simone presents Top 10 Most Ridiculous Uniforms in Nursing History posted at LPN to RN Blog.

Stephen Martile presents How to Get Life Coaching For Free posted at FreedomEducation.ca by Stephen Martile, saying, “Hi Anna,

Does it sound too good to be true? Well it’s not as far fetched as you think. To be completely honest, you can’t get coaching without paying anything; at least not from someone who is any good. A good coach charges good money just like a good mechanic will charge a premium dollar to keep your car in tip-top shape.”

Carolyn Friedman presents How to Build Self Confidence posted at Hospitality Management Schools, saying, “Self confidence is something you gain naturally with success, but you must know how to build this asset even when you have seen more failure than tasted success.”

Donald Latumahina presents A Simple Tip to Get Good Luck posted at Life Optimizer.

Rick Schiano presents Let Go, God?s Healing Wholeness posted at Ricks Victory Blog.

Cheryl Ragsdale presents Fountain of Youth: 5 Healthy Habits of Athletes posted at That Girl is Funny, saying, “Find an activity that you love and get your engine running hot! That’s living life healthy and juicy.”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of positive thinking using our carnival submission form.  Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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  • http://www.thinkbigthinkmoney.com/ Ken Siew

    I’ve posted the link to this blog carnival on Twitter, Facebook and Digg.com! Hope this great collection of blog blogs will reach out to more people who need that push in life! Thanks again.

  • http://www.lisaillichmann.com Lisa

    I’m still reading through all these links and have already found lots of wonderful articles. Thanks for posting and thanks again for including me.

  • http:www.positivethinking-toolbox.com Bonnidette

    WOW, What a great list. Thank you so much for taking the time to read these articles and find the diamonds in the ruff to share with your readers, all of us.