Would you like your life to be easier? Would you like more time for the things that matter to you most, like family, friends, travel, and your dreams? Are you ready to learn how to improve the quality of your life?
In this book, you will be shown simple, yet profound changes you can make immediately to relieve yourself of stress, anxiety and burden. The author of the best-selling book, Doing Less&Having More, (seen on Oprah) Marcia Wieder, CEO of Dream University offers a creative and easy to use approach for taking control of your life once and for all. This book includes:
- The Power of the Basics
- Hearing Wake-Up Calls
- Designing Daily Practices
- Using Critical Check-Ins
- Completing Incompletions
- Building Real Relationships.
If you are tired of the rat race, the stress caused by watching CNN and feeling like you are living someone else’s life, learn powerful secrets to help you relax, be more productive and give you greater peace of mind. You can take control of your life with six simple yet powerful steps.
|Publisher:||Made For Success Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||47 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Marcia Wieder, CEO/ Founder of Dream University® is leading a Dream Movement. Whether teaching at the Stanford Business School, speaking to executives in China, or at Girl Scout Camp, her riveting style impacts audiences world-wide. She’s been coaching, training and speaking for 20 years and her inspiring message has touched audiences from 50-5000 at companies like AT&T and American Express. The author of 14 books and a thought leader on vision, she has appeared on Oprah and the Today show, is the personal Dream Coach to Jack Canfield, stars in Beyond the Secret with Bob Proctor and is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council with John Gray, Lynne Twist and Marianne Williamson. As past president of the National Association of Women Business Owners she worked with former U.S. presidents, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and George Bush Sr. and as a columnist for The San Francisco Chronicle, she urged readers to take “The Great Dream Challenge.”