The book is a spiritual guide of 150 Affirmations and Quotes.
Miami| She Got Game Media Staff
'Thoughts become Things,150 Affirmations & Quotes,' is a little red book that packs a powerful punch of inspiration and positive thinking. It is available as a paperback and ebook on Amazon.com
It's author, Miami Model Quinten Barnard, said the book encompasses some of his deepest self reflections and spiritual connections which he gained while spending time in Maui, Hawaii. He said he was inspired by the beauty of the environment and the people.
“The land of Maui... wow! Being out there was truly magical and I felt closest to God. The things we ponder on eventually manifests in our lives. I truly believe that overcoming any obstacle in life takes a positive mind, however, a great deal of will and energy is also needed. These quotes and peaceful affirmations are my truths,” said Barnard.
Barnard launched “Thoughts become Things,” during a special book signing event in South Beach, Miami, at an art gallery owned by International artist Romero Britto. Britto endorsed the book and nicknamed the author the “Tennessee Williams of inspiration.”
Barnard said it was an honor to launch his book at Britto’s gallery. “Romero is not only an exceptional artist ,but a great human being and a beacon of positivity."
Barnard wrote the book “Thoughts become Things,” to help encourage and remind readers that love and positivity can change the direction of anyone who is in need. “It is my hope that reading this guide will bring you closer to your highest self,” he added.
Among some of the aspirations in the book include:
- Becoming Aware
- Gaining Focus
- Developing Leadership Qualities
- Worrying Less
- Finding Enjoyment in the Beauty of Things
- Taking Care of the Body
- Living on Luck and More
Barnard said he leaned heavily on his Christian faith when penning the book and his personal motto “The greatest gift of life is gratitude.”
To learn more about Quinten Barnard or invite him for a book signing at your event contact She Got Game Media (305) 520–9703 or firstname.lastname@example.org.