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Genius Bootcamp starts tomorrow

Last call! Hi Reader, My husband and I had only about $200 in the bank, maxed out credit cards, seven kids to feed, and no paycheck in sight. But it was one, quiet GENIUS IDEA that literally saved us that month. And the right idea at the right moment doesn’t

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Rare Faith – Reversing Diabetes

& last call for GBC! Using the Principles to help Reverse Diabetes Hi Reader, Meet Mindset Mastery Program Honors graduate Tammy McArthur who used the program to improve her health AND step into successful entrepreneurship helping others. She writes: “I was addicted to sugar and used food for emotional regulation.

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Guided Mindset Mastery – NEW Evening Option!

Hi Reader, Program update! Guided Mindset Mastery has a new evening option. This 14-week program helps you gain confidence in YOUR ability to apply Rare Faith principles to achieve your goals. Now you can pick from three sessions starting soon: Nov 9 – Wednesdays at 9am PT Nov 15 –

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Rare Faith – Is it possible to cheat?

“Is it possible to cheat?” Hi Reader, Is it possible to cheat in the Mindset Mastery course? Jenny Evans wanted to know. She added: “Or maybe I should just use it as evidence of how well the principles work. Let me explain: I haven’t quite finished the first lesson. The

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Rare Faith – It’s the Absence of Doubt

Choosing the Positive Thoughts Hi Reader, Patricia wrote: “While everyone slept, I calmly moved everything, pulled the carpet …and looked for air mover rentals. … I was calm, and consequently, [my husband] was not upset. I remember having a thought, ‘So…I can let this ruin our pool party tomorrow, or

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Reply and tell me why…

Hi Reader, If you would love to be a part of my 12-month weekly coaching program but did NOT apply, reply and tell me WHY. Because… An interesting thing happened this week: I was getting ready to close my Achieving the Impossible program when one of our approved applicants needed

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