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Achieving the Impossible – FREE Webinar

Register here “Achieving the Impossible” – FREE Webinar June 2! Hi Reader, Join me Thursday, June 2nd for a FREE​​​​​​ webinar where I’ll help you see how seemingly “impossible” goals can become possible. So, if you’re ready to move some mountains in your life, don’t miss this special event. 5pm

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Rare Faith – all that, and $5000

(That’s not possible) Shoes, a Ring, Seashells, and $5000 Hi Reader, My husband received an email from someone who had just read The Jackrabbit Factor. She said: “The book was incredible… I could not put it down, finished it in just a few hours one night. I was at the

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Rare Faith – It feels like flying…

(in a way) It Feels like Flying! Goal achievement: exhilarating, or scary? Hi Reader, I used to be afraid of flying. In fact, he more I flew, the more it bothered me. I seemed to grow increasingly aware with each flight that it was only AIR supporting that massive chunk

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For Authors – from Wordy to Quote-Worthy!

Free class! FREE Webinar – Wednesday, May 18, 2022 From Wordy to Quote-Worthy How to take any idea and condense it into something quotable! Register Here ______________ Hi Reader, Is there a book in you, or maybe you’re a blogger? Even everyday messages on social media can be more compelling

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Rare Faith – “Worried about my child”

Can Rare Faith help? “Worried about my child” Hi Reader, Today’s question comes from an anonymous subscriber who writes: “How would you suggest one would continue to use the laws you teach when dealing with the loved ones? For example, a child that isn’t sure they want to serve a

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Rare Faith – Flip Chicks for the Win

A real-life Portal to Genius story Flip Chicks for the Win (a real-life Portal to Genius story) Hi Reader, A year ago, Lisa was in the middle of an important meeting and got some difficult news from one of her sons. She said: “I am naturally optimistic, but [it] led

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