Learn how worthwhile you are.
New Zealand (PRWEB) June 27, 2014
“Learn how worthwhile you are” is author Kay Drummond’s way of saying that individuals are the masters of their fates and, thus, must depend on themselves. Her book “Thought Talk” (published by Xlibris AU) reaches out to the people who have nothing but insecurities and doubts within yet seek how to cope.
Drummond gets across a message on the importance of the thought process. Veering away from the dearth of self trust and motivation takes tons of positive self talk which will set a pattern of thinking via right thoughts and focus on the steps that affirms self-confidence. Readers may peruse through this book time and time again when they are feeling down because it gives them motivation to carry on.
The author has heard stories of people who harmed themselves as they were blinded by the conundrums that confront them. Through “Thought Talk,” she believes that humans have one shot at life which makes it an imperative to do right things, dispose thoughts on being worthless and above all hold the power to change.
By Kay Drummond
Softcover | 6x9in | 58 pages | ISBN 9781493138210
E-Book | 58 pages | ISBN 9781493138203
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Kay Drummond is married with two children and a dog. Drummond writes from her life experiences coupled with inspiration. She enjoys reading, music and solving puzzles. She has authored a children’s self-help book entitled Think Big Little One. It is her desire for everyone to become aware of their own potential.
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