Fort Myers, FL, June 17, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- David Essel, nine-time author, master life coach and national radio host achieves best-selling status on Amazon.com with his book, “Positive Thinking Will Never Change Your Life But This Book Will!”
“David Essel’s destiny is to help you become more alive in every area of your life.” - Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
David Essel’s new book, "Positive Thinking Will Never Change Your Life But This Book Will! The Myth of Positive Thinking the Reality of Success” today achieved #1 best-selling status on Amazon.com in the categories of Self-Help/Happiness.
The book challenges traditional thinking in the world of positivity, and proves with hundreds of stories that it takes a lot more than changing someone's thoughts in order to change someone's life.
Along with six New York Times best-selling authors, in this book David Essel includes a step-by-step process to help anyone get to where they would really like to be regarding achieving great love, a substantial raise in their income, and even steps to achieve the body they've always wanted.
"For 30 years my work is been centered around giving people hope so that they may achieve goals that are really important to them. This book does exactly that, by busting the myth of the simplicity of positive thinking, while at the same time sharing hundreds of stories of success so that the reader can see that what is possible for others, is possible for them as well," commented Essel.
“In his latest book, David boldly exposes the myth that 'Positive Thinking' alone (ie: 'The Secret') will change your life. David details his program for radical personal change, which involves commitment, daily action & determination to succeed. He has helped millions of people through his national radio show, seminars, books & lectures. This is a must read for anyone disillusioned with the 'quick-fix' and 'just dream it' scams that sadly abound in our culture.” - Nick OTisco review originally published on Amazon.
To contact David Essel directly email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 941.266.7676 or visit his website www.davidessel.com.