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5 Years After Publishing his Book, this Author Applies Things he has Learned about Helping Others in his Business, My Positive Perspective

February 23, 2012

February 2012 marks 5 years since car accident victim, Jason Deierlein, published his first book, Return From a Comatose Mind. Since then he has learned many things from his audience about how to help people maintain a positive viewpoint throughout unfortunate events.

charleston, SC (PRWEB) February 23, 2012

Februrary 2012 marks 5 years since Jason Deierlein published his first book, Return From a Comatose Mind. The book highlights an obstacle being overcome and a monumental challenge being looked at through a positive light. This positive viewpoint was essential in getting Deierlein through a long and difficult rehabilitation period.

During the past five years, one of the most important things Deierlein discovered was that while doing booksignings, the tragic car accident was inevitably brought into discussion. Audiences would often respond to this topic by sharing the worst events of their own lives with Deierlein. This was never the intent of writting the book even though this is a natural reaction.

However, the real reason Return From a Comatose Mind was published was to show people how much is possible when they stay in a positive mindset while trying to live thorough difficult events. In response to this, Deierlein began an internet talk show called, My Positive Perspective. In this television interview with Lowcountry Live, Deierlein states that he wants people to have the feeling that they can “deal with their bad events, just like the author of this book dealt with his bad event.”It’s all possible if you think positively.”

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