by Bradley Charbonneau


by Bradley Charbonneau

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You've come a long way since Ask and Dare.
You have Created wins along the way and learned from your mistakes and failures.
You're on a higher playing field now.

It's time to celebrate.
The above sequence of events shouldn't take 27 years. It should happen every single day.

To celebrate isn't just popping champagne and shooting off fireworks.

It's a daily necessity that catapults us to an even higher place the next day.

Yet we often forget to do this one simple thing that's fun, easy, and yet still somehow underrated.

We need to celebrate.

In best-selling author Bradley Charbonneau's latest book, you will build up an immunity to nay sayers who never want to relish in anyone's achievements, figure out when the best time each day is to celebrate to get the most power, and finally when it's OK to stop while you're ahead.

This book contains way more than words on pages. The bonus materials give you free and immediate access to videos and podcasts, interviews and worksheets that enhance, explain and invite you through other media to celebrate.

In this book, you'll discover:

✓ How even a simple smile, quietly and to yourself, at the end of the day can alter your nighttime dreams and have a role in the following day
✓ Why congratulating someone else on their success reminds you of your own
✓ When is the best time to celebrate (HINT: it's not every other Thursday)
✓ Who you were when you started and how often to thank that version of yourself for getting you where you are today
✓ How a 0.0% Franziskaner Hefeweizen can still be a party with the right atmosphere

Get CELEBRATE today and don't let another day pass without some fireworks and a hint of pride.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162195528
Publisher: Repossible
Publication date: 04/17/2021
Series: Repossible , #11
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 178 KB
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