“How much better would life be if lived with possibility? This book is filled with the stories of people who didn’t heed the negative voice in their heads, who proved the experts wrong, who dug deep and as a result celebrated victories—some monumental, some small,” says Deborah Norville, an award-winning host of Inside Edition, and a journalist, news anchor and entrepreneur, in her introduction to Chicken Soup for the Soul latest edition, Think Possible.
Deborah continued with, “Here’s a news flash if you suspect ‘thinking’ possible is a waste of brain power: You are wrong! The research I’ve discovered reveals that when you’ve decided you are going to do something, you not only increase your chances of being successful by priming your brain to make the right choices to achieve your goal, you also make yourself less susceptible to the impediments that might crop up along the way. It’s as though you’ve supercharged your mind and put on body armor to ward off the naysayers.”
Kick off your new year, 2016 by joining Amy Newmark, the publisher and editor-in-chief for Chicken Soup and me on Tuesday, November 29, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be discussing inspirational stories about people doing the impossible, whether they are overcoming disabilities, achieving success despite predictions to the contrary, coming back from trauma and disasters, or rebooting their lives through just plain positive thinking and force of will.