Think Better Live Better Journal by Joel Osteen

Think Better Live Better is the first Joel Osteen book that I have ever read. I found it to be quite helpful in helping me to change my thought processes to a more positive frame of mind at a time when I needed that. At the same time, I think a journal helps me to learn and remember things for a much longer time. The writing process helps me think through the writer's words, process them, and add my thoughts so I can change my thinking to work for me so I like having the journal to work through with the book. This journal was a big help to me in that way.

The Think Better Live Better Journal goes along with the main book and is divided into 10 sections: Reprogam Your Mind, Remove Negative Labels, Release the Full You, Think Yourself to Victory, Pregnant with Possibility, The Promise is in You, Ask Big, You Have What you Need, Keep Your Crown and Just Remember.  As Osteen says, "This journal companion is a practical tool that will help you train yourself to tune out the negativity and tune into your calling so you may begin to live the wonderful plans God has made for you." Who of us in today's world can't use some time spent tuning out negativity and putting positive thoughts into our mind instead?

Each of the 10 sections in the Think Better Live Better Journal have a page that shares the Key Truth, a page to consider with questions to answer, another page with Bible verses to meditate on called What the Scriptures Say, Thoughts for Today with quotes that relate to the message, and a Prayer for Today with journaling space. Then each section concludes with a page called Takeaway Truth which gives you some key thoughts to remember before going on to the next chapter.

The Think Better Live Better Journal is a nice blue design with decorated pages that have a thicker, rich feel to them for writing in them with pencils or ink pens. However, I did a test and markers do bleed through the pages. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to read and put into practice Think Better and Live Better to think more positive thoughts.

I received this journal from Hachette Book Group. I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for the book.


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