“Mike Robbins brilliantly
teaches us how to bring
more appreciation and
gratitude into our lives,
and our world. His new
voice and fresh perspective
are powerful. I highly
recommend this book.”
— Marianne Williamson,
author of A Return to Love
Focus on the Good Stuff, gives you a way to transcend negativity by focusing on the great things around and within you. Separated into three sections - obsessions with negativity, the Five Principles of Appreciation, and action - this book not only reminds you of the universal power of appreciation and gratitude, but also shows you how to utilize your energy positively on a daily basis.
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Focus on the Good Stuff (Hardcover, Wiley) reached #4 on the Amazon bestseller list and also appeared on the San Francisco Chronicle bestseller list. Mike Robbins and his work have been featured on ABC News, the Oprah radio network, in Forbes, Ladies Home Journal, the Washington Post, and many others. To see some media clips, click here.
Mike Robbins is a sought-after motivational keynote speaker, seminar leader, professional coach, and personal growth expert who works with Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, schools, and groups and people of all kinds. He is a former college and professional baseball player for Stanford and the Kansas City Royals, and a former dot-com sales executive. Mike uses his extensive background in psychology and personal development, plus his years of experience as a speaker, workshop leader, and coach to positively impact the clients with whom he works. He is also the author of Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken (Hardcover, Wiley). For more information about Mike and his work, click here.
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- Samantha Benoit Robbins