Programming Your Brain to Succeed—and Excel

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This new book on reclaiming the positive-thinking mind you were designed with at birth, appropriately named Pearls, places as finalist in Fresh Voice 2006 Book Awards competition.

PubInsider.com, one of the most respected sources for publishing PR and marketing, announces the new book “Pearls: Philosophies for Living a Robust and Fulfilling Life” by Greg Tanghe as a finalist for Fresh Voices 2006 Book Awards in the self-help category.

In an interview, Tanghe asks, “Are you as successful as you would like to be? Do you find yourself losing even though you possess an inborn ability to become a winner?” The author states, “At birth, your brain came wired for success. But, since your mind did not arrive with an instruction manual, you need to learn through trial and error to operate the system that runs your life—or find a copy of the operating manual.”

Tanghe stresses, “In this hurried and busy world of the twenty-first century, it becomes easy to misdirect your priorities. Overall goals can easily give way to the everyday distractions that surround you.”

In his new book “Pearls: Philosophies for Living a Robust and Fulfilling Life,” Tanghe presents a simple and effective method for regaining your birthright, allowing you to recapture the ability to direct your thoughts as a winner does.

The book is available at http://www.PearlsBook.com. The website also presents an inspiring newsletter written by the author.

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