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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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Rare Faith – I prayed for twins

“I prayed for twins” Hi Reader, It was time for Kristi to apply for graduation. I noticed that unlike the other students, she did not post her Phase 2 goal in the Facebook group. I learned in her application why she felt impressed to keep it private. Her goal was

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“I prayed for twins”

Meet Kristi Dugan. I first met Kristi when she joined us for our Sales School in September, 2021. She was sharp and eager to learn, and by putting her training to the test, she became one of our top sellers. To share some of what she was learning, she posted

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