The Positive Dog
A Story About the Power of Positivity
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Discover the benefits of being positive.
We all have two dogs inside of us. One dog is positive, happy, optimistic, and hopeful. The other dog is negative, mad, sad, pessimistic, and fearful. These two dogs often fight inside us, but guess who wins the fight? The one you feed the most. So begins the story about a negative mutt named Matt and a big dog named Bubba who teaches him how to feed himself with positivity each day and in the process Matt transforms his own life and the shelter they call home.
The Positive Dog is an inspiring, heartwarming story that not only reveals the strategies and benefits of being positive but also an essential truth for humans: Being positive doesn't just make you better. It makes everyone around you better.
It is what it is
I'm not gonna put this book down just because it's a self help book. It's perfectly fine being what it is. I didn't fully understand that it was this kind of book from its description, but none the less it's good for the purpose it was intended for. That being said, it doesn't read like a book of an adult level. Within the first few sentences of the story I felt as though I were in an elementary or middle school English class skimming over required reading. It's almost written like the author intended to make readers feel intelligent simply because the text and symbolism are easy to grasp. It's not a bad read, just a simple one, and if that is what you are looking for, then by all means dive in.
The Positive Dog
Great little book, I think it speaks to hearts and minds about the best stuff in life.
Love, gratitude and friendship. A big “THANKS” to Jon Gordon for conceiving
this neat piece.
That book is extremely inspiring. Every word is chosen to inspire people to do good things and to feel positive. I feel much better than I used to. It is not a really big book but definitely a good one