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Yes! The Secrets Work! brings a message of HOPE and VICTORY in the mid of today's many challenges. It is about MAKING A DIFFERENCE and being a part of the SOLUTION! It reveals the key to unlock your hidden treasures, discover your unlimited potential, and live the life you have always wanted.
Here you will discover:

* Life-changing SECRETS and how to make them work for you.

* An in-depth understanding of the SIX AREAS of your life which help you achieve Total Wellness, and stay in the "Healthy Zone."

* Simple answers and practical solutions to guide you through your journey in life and help you reach your goals and dreams.
Published: Morgan James Publishing on
ISBN: 9781600376276
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