Patrick Timpone

David Essel

Author of Positive Thinking Will NEVER Change Your Life… BUT THIS BOOK WILL!The Myth of Positive Thinking, The Reality of Success

#1 Best Selling Author, TV/Radio Host, Master Business, Relationship & Success Coach, Inspirational Speaker, Addiction Recovery Coach

David Essel combines his 30 years of work in the field of personal growth along with stories from some of the top authors and success experts of our day, to shatter “the myth of the power of positive thinking.” David reveals that the real “Secret to success” requires much more than positive thinking, affirmations or vision boards, and that no one ever made a milion dollars, got the perfect body or found their soulmate through positive thinking alone. There is a place beyond wishful thinking and fantastical affirmations. Let David take you there!

david-esselDavid Essel, M.S. is the author of 9 books, a Master Life Coach and Teacher, Business, Relationship and Addiction Recovery Coach, International Speaker and Radio/TV Host. From athlete to poet, he has been labeled a “21st century renaissance man”.

“In this book, David Essel boldly flings open a hidden door of wisdom—a different perspective on the ‘positive’ that is the keystone to living our greatest self. As you read, you just want to hang out with him because you get that he knows who you are. David captivates us with stories and straight talk, elegantly clear, filled with profound knowledge derived from his own experiences and insight gleaned from thousands of interviews with luminaries at the pinnacle of success. His authenticity is impeccable, his insight is brilliant, and his style is irresistible.” Dianne Collins, 6-time Award Winning Author of the Bestseller, Do You QuantumThink? New Thinking That Will Rock Your World

Show Highlights:

Lesson from Maharaja interview – What you remember is what you’re avoiding and what you need to work on.

You can’t have addiction and joy. Positive thinking kept David in addiction.

20% of “law of attraction” and positive thinking is true.

20% of our success is how we think, 80% is doing the work. The successful combine a mindset of possibilities with doing what it takes.

When we give 100%, God kicks in the rest.

What is it about me that is holding me back? What is it I’m not doing?

Don’t worry about why something is, are you willing to stop your behavior?

Norman Vincent Peale’s “The Power of Positive Thinking” – constant action plus positive thinking.

We are not our minds, we are soul. We get stuck in thoughts of who we are.

Root cause of addiction is the inability to deal with our emotions. Addictions disappear when we learn how to deal with our own internal emotions.

Free chapter of David’s book “Positive Thinking Will Never Change Your Life, But This Book Will” is at His radio show is at 9-10 ET every Saturday, also archived shows.

Dealing with emotional spending – keep a diary of purchases, ask if it’s a want or need.

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david essel the next step after positive thinking, october 11, 2016

'David Essel – The Myth of Positive Thinking, The Reality of Success – October 11, 2016' has 1 comment

  1. October 12, 2016 @ 7:59 pm renate

    Sandy Hook was a hoax, no children were harmed. lol


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