Chicken Soup for the Soul

chicken soup for the soul

Authors: Jack Canfield,Mark Victor Hansen

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You seek inspiration to change your life, but you don’t want to read boring books filled with psychological jargon. Chicken Soup For The Soul is different. Its renowned authors combine humour and wisdom and show you how you can tap into your potential in work, relationships and even personal development.

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