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Overscheduled by Success - A Guide for Influential Leaders Too Busyto Create Their Next Dream - cover

Overscheduled by Success - A Guide for Influential Leaders Too Busyto Create Their Next Dream

Dr. Ron Stotts

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Shows readers how to reclaim their time so they can do what matters most.
Helps uncover the truth about what it is readers keep bumping up against.
Brings a whole new level of balance, inspiration, and creativity into readers’ life and work.
Helps readers learn how to avoid wasting their time, money, and effort on fleeting life improvements and instead, implement lasting change.
Turns readers’ current struggles into the most fulfilling journey of their life.

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