The Power of Positive Action, a book by Sherman Everett


One thing I love about having a blog that addresses positive thinking is that from time to time people will reach out to me and let me know about the things they are doing to create a more positive world. Take Sherman Everett for example. Sherman found my blog and The Positive Pin™ website and asked if I would help spread the word about his new book The Power of Positive Action. Being Valentines day, I wanted to spread the love and let you all know about it. I have not receive my copy yet but I glanced through the preview section on Amazon and it looks like it’s going to be great. It starts off with the profound philosophy that “our actions speak louder than our words”, so we should focus on positive actions as well as positive thinking. I couldn’t agree with him more! I am looking forward to delving in to another book that will sharpen my positive spirit, and if you would like to order this book click on the link HERE.

Book write-up
Sherman Everett’s The Power of Positive Action is a book about developing positivity in your life through positive actions – simple, small things which you can do during the course of your day. Sherman introduces 61 actions in 7 categories. These are universal positive actions – things that anyone can do!
This weekend only, The Power of Positive Action is free (in electronic edition) for anyone with an Amazon account! You can read it on your Kindle or on your tablet or computer. This 170-page book is regularly priced at $2.99.
Total reading time is 1-2 hours.

I hope you all have a safe and loving Valentines day and 2015 is your best year ever, I know it will be my best year to date.




3 Replies to “The Power of Positive Action, a book by Sherman Everett”

  1. Hey there!

    I just stumbled onto your blog and I love your articles and writing style! I would love to come to your site and contribute a guest blog if you would have me aboard, please feel free to check out my writing style by checking out my personal blog, I think many of my posts would mesh well with your messages and ideas… but onto this great post of yours!

    I will be checking out this book and I’ll be putting up a review of my own at some point, thanks for letting me know this book exists!
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