Right And Wrong Thinking And Their Results - Aaron Martin Crane

   Book Contents

Text size:

Have you ever wondered why some people – who are no more qualified than you – are successful in this life while you continue to fail?

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have success with everything they do while you just can’t seem to catch a break?

Could the answer be something as simple as how you think?

The simple answer is yes.

It’s true...your thoughts may very well be the reason you have not been able to achieve the success you desire in business and in life.

Your thoughts are much more powerful than you think – like a massive iceberg that is mostly hidden beneath the surface, yet the part that is underwater is usually what sinks ships.

Wrong thinking, including ideas and misconceptions you formed as a child, could very well be affecting your life negatively right now.

For example, if you believe that money is evil or that money is hard to get, then your success will be limited.

Due to the presence of negative thoughts, even though you go through the motions of reaching your goal, your mind will always sabotage you and you will always fall short.

But luckily for you, there is a solution … the “Right and Wrong Thinking and Their Results” Book.

You’ll learn:

  • How to stop thinking discordant (negative) thoughts – more than anything else this information will put you on the fast track to achieving the success you’ve always dreamed of.
  • How to control your thinking – you’ll be surprised at how easy this is to do when you follow these simple tips.
  • How to replace “wrong” thoughts with right ones – follow these tips and you will be well on your way to achieving success.
  • How to deal with sudden discordant thoughts – “wrong” thoughts can often appear very suddenly. Here you will learn how to get rid of them just as quickly as they appeared.
  • The relation of thinking to bodily action – you may never view your actions the same way again.
  • And much, much more


1. Preface

2. Introduction

3. Relation Of Thinking To Bodily Action

4. Intended Actions

5. Actions Not Intended

6. A General Proposition

7. As Seen By Others

8. Mutual Reactions Of Mind And Body

9. Influence Of External Incidents

10. The Rule

11. Discordant Thoughts

12. How To Control Thinking

13. Substitution

14. Immediate Action

15. Persistence

16. Not Always Easy

17. Effect Of The Physical Attitude

18. All Ones Own Work

19. Destruction Of Discordant Thoughts

20. Scylla And Charybdis

21. Moral Discrimination

22. A Little Analysis And Its Application

23. Habit

24. The Relation Of Thinking To Health

25. Recapitulation Of Principles

26. The Worry Habit

27. Business Success

28. Undivided Attention

29. Importance Of Early Training

30. Three Notable Examples

31. The Penalty For Sin

32. A Story And Its Lesson

33. The Story Of A Contract

34. The Story Of A Note

35. A Discussion Of The Stories

36. Sensitiveness

37. Sympathy

38. Suggestion

39. Hypnotic Control

40. Environment

41. Each Is Responsible For Himself

42. Thought Control Is The True Self-Control

43. Man The Architect Of Himself

44. Possibility Of Perfection

45. The Teaching Of Jesus