A Is for Attitude: An Alphabetical Guide to the Good Life
A great reference for dealing with the ~Coronavirus, COVID-19~
A positive attitude is the most important factor in helping you lead a happier and more satisfying life that is filled with success.
A Is for Attitude: An Alphabetical Guide to the Good Life shows you how such things as beliefs, choices and values help you overcome the negative thinking that can drag you down.
If you or someone you know is seeking happiness, motivation, inspiration, or success, take a look at this memorable little book. Filled with wisdom and helpful suggestions, it makes a great graduation gift. It is also a must-have for people of all ages who are struggling through tough times.
A Is for Attitude: An Alphabetical Guide to the Good Life offers 26 concepts to help you dump the negatives in your life and latch on to the solid basics that will help you move forward and succeed. The concepts appear alphabetically from A to Z.
Each concept is distilled down to about 350 words on a single page to make it easy to understand. Each concept is also linked with a memorable full-page color photograph to reinforce and breathe life into the theme. Repetition underscores the ideas and allows each concept to stand on its own.
The clear, straightforward style of A Is for Attitude makes it an effective guide and reference source for everyone from teens to the elderly. It also provides a solid basis for discussions between and among individuals, families, educators, groups, organizations, and societies.
A Is for Attitude: An Alphabetical Guide to the Good Life retails on its Amazon.com page at $9.95 for the print version and $6.99 for the Kindle version. The price is an excellent bargain for a full-color book with gorgeous photographs. You can view the Kindle version in color or grayscale for non-color eBook readers.
About Beth Parks
Dr. Beth Parks is a writer and photographer whose works have appeared in newspapers and magazines, as well as on national television. She traveled extensively and has visited all seven continents, dozens of countries and all fifty United States.
Beth enjoyed successful careers as a Cooperative Extension educator and professor, wildlife biologist, researcher, and public information specialist. She was a registered nurse who worked in several states and operating rooms in MASH and evacuation hospitals in Vietnam. She also served in Germany at what is now called the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, which is the largest U.S. military hospital outside the continental United States.
In working with youth, Beth integrated research-based education, hands-on learning, and community resources to help young people develop the skills they needed to become responsible, productive citizens and leaders.
Learn more about Beth and her adventures & projects at bethparks.com.