Readers are already praising Finn's first book on both sides of the Atlantic. This layman's account of his interest and research on improving ones state of life. This book helps readers to believe in their own self worth, regardless of historical, cultural or religious backgrounds, as it strives to touch all walks of life.
Washington, D.C. (Vocus) April 26, 2010 -- Thomas Finn is a licensed life coach author and acclaimed painter from Southern Ireland. He has through personal experiences and research with self discovery and self improvement written a guide to help others. This book is designed to help anyone from any walk of life. “A Better Tomorrow” will especially help Americans work their way through the economic recession and other related tough times. This guide is Finn's own studies of the working subconscious mind, he analyzes how it can be transformed into a happier and more successful existence.
“The book is a layman's account of my interest in the sub conscious mind, practical physiology and the results of my research and efforts to improve my own life. If the knowledge that I have gained and tested can benefit others, then this book will have fulfilled its purpose,” said Finn.
After reading “A Better Tomorrow” the reader should have a strong understanding of the laws of nature in respect to the subconscious mind and how it can be programmed to bring the reader their desired success. According to Finn: “Unlike the popular belief that luck is the Key, we can be the architects of our own success and masters of our own destiny.”
“A Better Tomorrow is the kind of book that we love to share with both our patients ans the health care providers on our team. The power of positive thinking in the healing process can't be underestimated, and this book really breaks it down into easy to understand terms.”
-Cristi Babin-Adkins, RN.CHT
“A Better Tomorrow... is perhaps the best (book) I've ever read about affirmations.”
-Tami Brady, PhD, DD, RM
“A Better Tomorrow in a valuable addition to the library of anyone wanting to experience a new sense of fulfillment and successful living. It is a book that crosses cultural, religious, and economic backgrounds providing inspiration and guidelines for positive personal growth.”
- Richard R. Blake, Midwest book Review
For a reviewers copy of “A Better Tomorrow” or to request an interview with author Thomas Finn, contact Allen Media Strategies Burke Allen at (703) 589-8960, burke(at)allenmediastrategies(dot)com or www.thomasfinnsbook.com.
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