Norman Vincent Peale transformed the lives of millions with his books, sermons, newspaper columns, and broadcasts. His pioneering bestseller, The Power of Positive Thinking, revealed the wit and wisdom that infuse his inspiring autobiography -- now in trade paperback for the first time. Peale writes of the extraordinary individuals who shaped his life and his thinking, sharing hundreds of true stories that illustrate his theories of confident living and buoyant faith in God.
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Dr. Peale's seminal work THE POWER OF POSITIVE THINKING changed forever and for better the way Americans thought about themselves and their lives.
Now Peale describes his own fascinating life -- his days as an Ohio country boy, his early entrepreneurial experiences (he was once an aluminum salesman!), his hard times as a preacher in a Depression-era New York City church, and his triumph as a nationwide celebrity -- in his brilliant autobiography.
With faith in God and love of people as his map, Peale charts an amazing course of more than sixty years, filled with anecdotes and inspiration that will help all who read it to embrace THE TRUE JOY OF POSITIVE LIVING.
Dr. Norman Vincent Peale was one of America's most influential spiratual leaders, from the publication of The Power of Positive Thinking in 1952 until his death in 1993. A personal adviser to Presidents Eisenhower and Nixon, he also inspired millions with more than forty books, as well as radio and television broadcasts.
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