Positive Thinking Day to Give Most Positive Person Award

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positivethinkingday.com is searching for the Most Positive Person in the world. People can go to the Positive Thinking Day headquarters (http://www.positivethinkingday.com) to submit their nominations and learn more about Positive Thinking Day events.

ipopin.com (sponsor of Positive Thinking Day) announces Positive Thinking Day coming up September 13, 2007. The Positive Thinking Day mission is to change the world... one person... one thought at a time. To celebrate the day, positivethinkingday.com is searching for the Most Positive Person in the world. Nominees should be people who inspire others with their positive attitude and who maintain their positive attitude even during difficult times.

To nominate a candidate for the Most Positive Person Award, people are invited to go to http://www.positivethinkingday.com for details. Nominations must be received by September 3, 2007. 5 runners up will chosen and each one will be highlighted on the Positive Thinking Day website starting September 8, 2007. The Most Positive Person will be revealed on Positive Thinking Day. Prizes will be awarded to the 5 runners up and the winner will receive a Grand Prize package.

"We hope to make the Positive Thinking Day website a source of information and inspiration for people all through the year," says ipopin.com Founder Kirsten Harrell, Psy.D. "We will have articles about the benefits of positive thinking, tips to become more positive, and stories of positive people."

Positive Thinking Day co-sponsors include: Positive Thinking Magazine, Possibility Coaching & Consulting, Affirmagy, Inc., PurpleWren, Phil Gerbyshak.

About ipopin.com (http://www.ipopin.com)
ipopin.com is a website owned by Popular Inspirations, Ltd, an Ohio limited liability company founded by Kirsten Harrell, Psy.D. and Traci Harrell. Business partners and sisters, Dr. Harrell and Ms. Harrell, created ipopins (one minute affirmations) as a way to help busy people maximize their own potential by using the power of positive thinking.

Kirsten Harrell, Psy.D.
Popular Inspirations, Ltd.


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