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Emotionally agile people still face large setbacks, similar to all people. But what sets them apart is how they react to them. They magically manage to convert this negative energy into an unlimited potential for growth. This is the secret behind their undying happiness, creativity, and fulfilling lifestyles. In this book, Susan David shows you how you too can develop this skill.
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