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By Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

"I am confident that the lucky people who in achieving the main in lifestyles are continuously activated through enthusiasm." -- Norman Vincent Peale when you have a tricky time dealing with life's disturbances, disappointments, and demanding situations, this e-book is for you. Dr. Peale deals an easy, sure-fire resolution for pressure: a hefty dose of enthusiasm. Enthusiasm is the magic component which may make the variation among luck and failure, and it may well assist you to: • increase your problem-solving talents • conquer your fears • sharpen your brain • make your task extra profitable • calm your tensions • construct self-confidence • kindle the robust motivation that makes issues ensue

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William P. Daggett, school teachers from Long Beach, California, and their children, Lucy, Cathy and Larry. Mrs. Daggett mentioned a quotation from Thoreau which hangs on her kitchen wall at home. " Well, believe me, that is an auspicious saying that could well be engraved on the wall of the mind. It is a fact that the oldest, saddest people are those who have outlived the enthusiasm of their youth. That quotation from Thoreau set me thinking. I am writing ' 3O ENTHUSIASM MAKES THE DIFFERENCE these lines on a balcony of the famous Montreux Palace Hotel of which my friend Paul Rossier is general manager.

You must have enthusiasm. " "But," complained Bettger, "what can I do? I haven't got enthusiasm. You just can't go out and buy it in a store. You either have it or you don't. " 'You're wrong, Frank," said the older man urgently. "Make . J. 22 ENTHUSIASM MAKES THE D-CE yourself act enthusiastic. It's as simple as that. Act with enthusiasm, play ball with enthusiasm, and pretty soon you will have enthusiasm. " Finally Frank Bettger's chance came. He was taken on by the New Haven ball club, and when he went out to play that first day he resolved to take his old friend's advice and act as though he was charged with enthusiasm.

He threw the ball so hard it seared the gloves of other players. He swung like mad at the ball and actually made some hits. He literally burned up baselines; all this, while the temperature was over ninety in the shade. The New Haven newspapers the next day asked where this terrific new player Bettger came from. He was a human dynamo, they reported. Soon they were calling him "Pep" Bettger. As he continued to play with such vigor he found himself feeling like a new man. And why not, for he was just that.

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