The 4:8 Principle by Tommy Newberry
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MEDIA ADVISORY, Oct. 11 /Christian Newswire/ -- Atlanta based life coach and Christian author, Tommy Newberry, whose motto is to "Think Huge!", proves that positive thinking can result in great success! Newberry is not yet a household name, but within weeks of its release, his latest book, The 4:8 Principle (Tyndale House Publishers) has already made sales history, and has sent the publisher rushing back to press for their fourth printing to fulfill the demand.
It has been a runaway hit for the publisher. On September 12th, The 4:8 Principle reached the #1 spot on Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com. The book also appeared at #4 on The Wall Street Journal Nonfiction bestseller list and on Sunday, September 30th, the book debuted at #3 on The New York Times Hardcover Advice/How-To list.
So what is the message of the book that seems to be resonating with so many individuals? The 4:8 Principle has a simple message: Joy is a choice and it's completely predictable.
Research indicates that the average person thinks approximately 50,000 thoughts per day. Each thought either moves us to our God-given potential, or away from it. The book is based on Philippians 4:8, where the apostle Paul challenges us to seek out and dwell on the positives in our lives. Newberry believes that when used as a filter, this New Testament verse is the true secret to vibrant health, satisfying relationships, and lasting fulfillment.
Newberry, who is the founder and head coach of The 1% Club, an organization dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and their families maximize their full potential, always believed his book was going to connect with the market.
"I've been teaching the 4:8 Principle for almost 16 years and I've witnessed individuals and marriages transformed using the simple, but deeply effective methods I write about in the book," says Newberry. "However, what has happened in the first two weeks since the book's launch on September 1st has certainly exceeded our already very high expectations".
Tommy is an Atlanta-based life coach and is available for interviews.