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You've Got This! - The 5 Self-Coaching Keys You Need to Live Boldly & Accomplish Anything - cover

You've Got This! - The 5 Self-Coaching Keys You Need to Live Boldly & Accomplish Anything

Will Matthews

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

Whether it is time to finally kick into a higher gear or simply time to reactivate and re-engage, the unique concepts in You’ve Got This! act as an accelerator for personal and business growth. This fun, impactful program for creating a fulfilling life takes a deep dive into five foundational elements: becoming grateful, being a warrior, mastering resiliency, reinventing yourself, and learning to trust and let go.
Available since: 09/20/2016.
Print length: 181 pages.

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