Are Your Thoughts Constructing Good Things In Your Life?
Your thoughts will either construct or they will destroy those things that are important in your life. So, what kinds of thoughts are you thinking?
In the, “Constructive Thoughts: A Lifestyle Of Thinking Constructively, Workbook”, our goal is to help you understand the importance of the thoughts you think and the impact they have on your life and the lives of those around you.
“The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.” ~ Marcus Aurelius
Constructive thoughts help us to have a positive impact on others and expect the good that life has to offer; while destructive thoughts lead us to expecting the worse and having a negative impact on others. It’s all based in the thoughts we think. In our, “Constructive Thoughts: A Lifestyle Of Thinking Constructively, Workbook”, our goal is to help you understand the importance of your thoughts and how they impact your life and the lives of those around you.
This Thoughts Portion, of The CENTRY League, Choose Greatness Series is designed to help you:
- Examine and understand the importance of the thoughts you think;
- Learn how to accept the right thoughts and reject the wrong ones;
- Help you examine the impact your thoughts are having on your life;
- Inspire you to purposely choose thoughts that will construct the type of life you want to live;
- And much more.
Using easy to follow sections, thought-provoking questions and activities, this workbook will help you to develop a lifestyle of accepting only constructive thoughts that’ll help you Choose Greatness in life.
If you want to learn how to examine and develop thoughts that will construct good things in your life; this is for you!
Take Our “Constructive Thoughts: A Lifestyle Of Thinking Constructively, Workbook”, Today.
For each course participant, we suggest our Constructive Thoughts Workbook for them to input their answers for discussion and review. You may also use a separate notebook or pad if you like.
We suggest this because we want each person to get the most out of the course and because of how we believe that writing things down will help the content and material to attach to a participant's heart, mind and actions.