- Title: The Magic of Thinking Big
- Author: David J. Schwartz
- Publication: Touchstone (Oct. 6, 2015) *first published: Apr. 2, 1987*
- Pages: 320
- Genre: Self-Help
- Format: Hardcover
- Source: Library
- Rating: 4/5 stars
I’ve certainly felt the magic after reading David Schwartz’s The Magic of Thinking Big. This book contains encouraging messages to smile more, think positive, and focus on success instead of failure.
Fun fact for Georgia natives: the author was a marketing and psychology professor at Georgia State University!
I found Schwartz’s book to be a helpful guide to stop thinking small and receiving lame expectations because of it. It’s one of those books you can read whenever you feel like all hope is lost whether it be your career, relationships, whatever. Schwartz’s offers friendly reminders throughout the book to believe yourself and take action. Everybody needs a little encouragement. Life can suck sometimes but your thoughts can change that. I believe reality is a projection of our very thoughts. Reading Thinking Big has helped me improve mines.
Have you read this book? What do you think of it: powerful or slightly cheesy and obvious?