Do you know someone who constantly thinks doom and gloom, and seems to find it at every turn? Or perhaps you know someone who expects the best of every situation and always seems to get it? That, according to author Claude Bristol, is the magic of believing.
For more than four decades success-oriented readers have turned to the no-nonsense, time-tested motivational techniques described in The Magic of Believing to achieve their long- and short-term goals.
Here, Leo Taylor's interpretation of this 1948 self-help classic illustrates the timeless nature of Bristol's insights by bringing them to life through 52 modern case studies. This brilliant interpretation of The Magic of Believing is an entertaining accompaniment to one of the most famous books on popular self-help ever written.