"Every one thousand mile journey
begins with one small step!"
2016 Bonze eLit Award Winner: Presented by eLitAwards.com & Jenkins Group, Inc.
As a result of years of dealing with the consequences of negative thinking in their everyday clinical practice, Dr John and Rev Elizabeth McIntosh crystalised the Negative Impulsive Thoughts (NITs) concept with effective strategies for their recognition and treatment.
Globally the principles have enormous potential for improving quality of life for everyone. This is an innovative lifestyle philosophy that has already been tried and tested with significant results.
In this book you will learn:
Three Magic Questions to recognise Negative Impulsive Thoughts (NITs)
The three step process to eliminate NITs and change them into Positive Affirmative Thoughts (PATs)
True stories about the effects of NITs in real life
This revolutionary new philosophy will transform every area of your life – personal, family, children, relationships, work, business, sport and uplift all those around you, putting you in the driver’s seat on your journey to your ultimate successful life.
This is information that will change your life and your thinking forever.
Start today and watch the magic unfold!
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