New Book Reveals How to Think More and React Less

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Inspired by Napoleon Hill’s best seller Think and Grow Rich, a Pittsburgh author's new book was written to help people achieve success and happiness.

A book that shows thinking more and reacting less changes lives.

“Believing our opinions to be true is behind all of our problems. Our opinions prevent us from thinking and cause us to react.” - Author Samuel J. Lucci III

In his new book Think More – React Less™, author Samuel Lucci III has tapped into new information the world hasn’t seen yet. Until now.

Inspired by Napoleon Hill’s best seller Think and Grow Rich, Lucci spent the past four decades cracking the code on human behavior. In the book, he unveils a formula called the B-Code™ - a process for breaking through unconscious beliefs that block people from reaching their potential.

Lucci describes it as the owner’s manual for the human mind and emotional system and explains it was written to help people achieve success and happiness in both their personal and professional lives. “This is the key to making volumes of self-help books come true,” he said.

“My motivation has always been to help people live a better life. If you’re ready, this book will change your life,” Lucci said.

The book identifies the types of problems that surface when people believe their opinions are the truth. It goes on to show how to break through obstacles that are causing the quandaries. The book offers a formula of breakout sessions designed to further teach how to find and get rid of those opinions which allow a persons’ ego to override their decision making process.

“Most of us live our life as a burden, using diversions to run away from how we really feel. If you knew the truth about yourself, your world would be very different,” Lucci said.

"How many times have you reacted without thinking and what has it cost you?" Lucci asks.

Order here to get your copy of Think More – React Less™. To learn more visit

Media Contact: Ruth Hawk, Director of Public Relations, Higher Images, Inc. 412-203-1996 ruth(at)higherimages(dot)com

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