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Parenting Like a Ninja - An Autism Mom’s Guide to Professional Productivity - cover

Parenting Like a Ninja - An Autism Mom’s Guide to Professional Productivity

Faith Clarke

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Builds peak-performance mindset
Shows tools for handling the daily chaos in the life of an autism mom
Teaches strategies for creating energy and exposes energy parasites 
Offers psychological hacks for sustaining professional movement
Teaches a holistic strategy that gets business/career results without neglecting the ASD child’s needs

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