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From Invisible to Visible - Master the Art of Being Seen - cover

From Invisible to Visible - Master the Art of Being Seen

Rhonda Kaalund

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

Fosters self-esteem by teaching readers to recognize and celebrate their own strengths
Features a refreshing message of transformation to rejuvenate readers and motivate them to make needed changes
Teaches the author’s proven 11-step REDLIPSTICK Method to standing out and being the best version of oneself
Encourages readers to set and achieve realistic goals connected to their life’s purpose
Offers real-life solutions and life-changing self-coaching exercises

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