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Edith Namm, 86-year old author, introduces us to 11 Winning Ways to positively energize one’s brain and body

Change To A Positive Mindset And Extend Your Lifeline: A Journey To Miles Of Smiles, Positive Energy Power, Hope, Health And Happiness

by Edith Namm & Rita Kaufman

Available on Amazon.comBarnes & Noble, and Google Books

NEW YORK, NY (March, 2012): Words are the roots for all your thoughts. What you think affects what you believe. What you believe affects your attitude. Your attitude influences how you act. How you act influences your relationships with others. Words generate positive or negative emotional energy. It takes one word — positive or negative — a fraction of a second to affect your emotional state of well-being and bio-chemically change your heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and digestion.

Change To A Positive Mindset introduces you to 11 Winning Ways to Positively Energize Your Brain and Body:

1.          Learn the Write Way to train the brain to drain the pain caused by emotional stress.

2.          Practice PEP (Positive Energy Power) Aerobics — safe, simple, self-help strategies that positively energize your brain and body and empower you to be healthy and happy from sunrise to sunset.

3.          Adopt the Ideal Ways to Boost the Immune System.

4.          See how doodling 2 dots and a curve is the way to go to relieve your stress from head to toe.

5.          Read and recite the Motivational Text Messages.

6.          Read and recite the PEP One-Liners that positively replace Toxic Negative Thinking.

7.          Read the inspirational poems that provide solutions to life’s challenges.

8.          Discover The Food/Mood Connection — The Chemical/Emotional Energy Connection.

9.          Discover the Color Energy Connection to your mood, food, clothes and environment.

10.     Tune in to the power of musical energy to heal what ails you.

11.     Have endless fun with the word game activities that positively activate the brain.

Founded by Edith Namm, the Share-a-Smile-Ambassadors‘ Mission is:

To activate school, home and community Share-a-Smile Projects that effectively relieve emotional stress, raise self-esteem, promote positive social interaction, establish healthy relationships and increase one’s positive energy power regardless of age, gender or economic background.



EDITH NAMM has 25 years of experience as a Counselor and Educator, over 20 years of experience as a Certified Specialized Handwriting Analyst and is a thyroid, breast, colon and liver cancer survivor who has authored 6 books on stress management and is dedicated to sharing simple, safe, specific self-help strategies that can free your mind from fear, empower you to feel self-confident, set realistic achievable goals and increase your smile mileage. Regardless of your age, gender or economic background, your journey to Positive Energy Power, Hope, Health and Happiness can show you how to survive and thrive in a 24/7 stress-filled world. 

RITA KAUFMAN has 32 years of experience as an educator. She developed the Share-A-Smile Project — A Joyful Journey to Miles of Smiles for ages 3-5, Pre-K through Grade 2 and Grades 3-6. The project presents stress-free, fun-filled learning activities that promote social interaction, establish healthy relationships and positively energize a child’s thinking, attitude and behavior. She wishes to share the poems that she has written on her journey to Miles of Smiles, Positive Energy Power, Hope, Health and Happiness and hopes that her positively energized thoughts will empower the reader to achieve a positive state of well-being.



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