12 Steps To Success: Become The Amazing Adult The Universe Wants You To Be [NOOK Book]

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This is the self-help book I wished I had when I was younger. In 12 steps, it shows you how to increase your success in life, including building wealth and relationships. It will help you get rid of false self-esteem, build your confidence and feel worthy of achievement. These 12 steps will explore the nature of ego, the hazards of the group mentality and expand your view towards long-term thinking. Take responsibility, increase your karma, be a giver and you will have infinite ...
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12 Steps To Success: Become The Amazing Adult The Universe Wants You To Be

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Overview

This is the self-help book I wished I had when I was younger. In 12 steps, it shows you how to increase your success in life, including building wealth and relationships. It will help you get rid of false self-esteem, build your confidence and feel worthy of achievement. These 12 steps will explore the nature of ego, the hazards of the group mentality and expand your view towards long-term thinking. Take responsibility, increase your karma, be a giver and you will have infinite joy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149342617
  • Publisher: FriesenPress
  • Publication date: 4/3/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 136
  • File size: 331 KB

Meet the Author

Todd Kilpatrick knew he was being naive when he thought he could write a book on how to end war, but he chipped away at it anyway. He always thought of it in terms of energy and how much easier it is to make peace than put the energy towards war. It’s much easier to be kind and giving to others than put in the millions of hours needed to build and then run the military machine. After analyzing why nations go to war, he realized there was a correlation between giving and selfless humans and those who live in harmony. Being a former high school history teacher with an economics background and having a strong interest in personal growth, he thought, “Why not write about both?”
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