There is a theory that there are different types of intelligence. One of those is surely afforded to people that are able to climb to the pinnacle of the fashion industry. Kate Hudson is one of those individuals. She as a member of the ranks of the famous and beautiful gives her some knowledge that others lack. Accordingly, she can be considered an authority on topics related to her ability and positive thinking is surely one of those topics.
Megastar Kate Hudson is building a wellness empire—and it's all about having a strong body and sound mind. Her fitness, beauty, and lifestyle book, Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body, is a guide to reclaiming well-being in an overscheduled world—something Hudson, a busy single mom juggling two careers, understands as well as anyone.
He book is basically about how eating healthier and working out more will make you look better so that you feel better about yourself. This is very superficial and not at all what positive thinking is all about. Women need to worry less about achievements that other people set up for them and just be themselves.
It's very easy to preach the power of positive thinking when you're a rich celebrity who was also born to a family of rich celebrities. People like Hudson and Gwyneth Paltrow are so naive and seem to think that they've uncovered some secret to success and happiness that isn't just being born lucky.