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Many of us assume that thinking is an inborn process that occurs naturally, without conscious effort on our parts, and as such, there are no "right" and "wrong" ways of going about it. However, as author Aaron Martin Crane explains in this book, most of us have established a vast repertoire of thinking patterns and habits that profoundly impact the way we see the world -- and can even determine whether or not we will achieve our goals. Read Right and Wrong Thinking and Their Results for straightforward advice on how to break free of the burden of self-destructive beliefs and attitudes.

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