Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting

Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting

Authors: Lynn Grabhorn,

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Grabhorn reveals the real secret to changing your life, and it is a conscious awareness of your feelings. She claims that your feelings will determine the course of your day, year and life itself. In this book she shows you how to gain control over these feelings so you can experience that transformation.

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