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Zero Negativity: The Power of Positive Thinking

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Ok, why did I say suprisingly when it sounds judgemental even and the book being about positive positioning? Highly recommended, a great read that centres you and helps you see the easy slips that people can make and how to turn things around. Very grateful to have picked this up on a chance and am eager to read what else Ant has and gain that wisdom. What this book is for, however, is to give you the tools you need to become the best possible version of yourself, to own who and what you are, and to live your life with Zero Negativity. It is not included in promotions available to our main range products, as stated in our terms of service.

While there are no truly original concepts here, such as there was in The Fear Bubble, every lesson here is still a strong one, even if most of them are common sense, not a lot of people follow these rules in daily life but reading them here may make people really take a look at themselves and see what they really need to do within their life to grow and develop, mature and evolve. And there are two ways of meeting them: negatively, where blame is the answer, where other people are at fault, where you haven’t been treated fairly. Will always be a fan of his and be thankful for some of the advice which has very much resonated with me in all of his books. He offers strong advice on how to remain positive in the worst of situations, and how a positive mindset can make a seemingly impossible situation end in success, in a multitude of ways.It did seem he was settling some demons or attempting to justify some things he did or does, and was maybe at times looking more inward than outward looking for self justification. He has such an authentic and matter of fact way of speaking that it was instantly relatable and motivating. PS If you view Emilie’s segments as an love letter to her husband, you will actually look forward to them.

It rips away the clever facade that Middleton is building, perhaps to mask his own insecurities or inadequacies. The idea of how he has adapted to life outside of the army, as well as adopting a positive mindset to whatever challenge, be it physical, mental endurance, psyching up the courage to go on one of his countless dangerous missions with the SAS is very interesting. Another smashing read from Ant, he has a way of drawing you into his experiences and how he dealt with them but also giving you the tools to use in everyday life even if you're not on the battlefield or climbing Everest. Registered office address: Unit 34 Vulcan House Business Centre, Vulcan Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE5 3EF.

I'm a fan of Ant Middleton, but I'm a fan of anyone who served in the special forces, it takes a lot for someone to be that driven and that selfless. From my heart, I thank you for adding words to my feelings, adding words to my experience, because you’ve me made understand what, who I was in my life in SOG, what my time in the SOG made me to be, who my experience made me to be aware of who I can be.

In simple terms he explains how we can attempt to see positivity in our life no matter what situation we are facing. I took off a star because there were some things that were said that I didn’t necessarily agree with (gender roles etc).I loved how you could hear Ant's voice as you read through the passages and see how he is within his everyday life thanks to Emilie. Just don't expect a great read, it felt more like a rushed or forced book, almost like he was signed to a three book deal and was just completing his obligations.

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