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Just like the title suggests, in this book Robinson helps you discover your “element”. Drawing from the lives of Paul McCartney, Richard Branson, Arianna Huffington and the likes, he unveils what it takes to create a life that is brimming with enthusiasm, passion and success. Once you have reached your “element”, you are sure to start the journey towards fulfillment.
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