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Best selling author Kelly Wallace offers easy-to-follow guidance and simple instructions that really work! Whether you want to be debt-free, lose weight, find the love of your life, or 'make it big' this book covers it all in a step-by-step manner that takes the mystery and difficulty out of achieving your every goal--it's easier than you think!

Being successful at whatever you want to do or be in life isn’t difficult if you know where you’re going and how to get there. Most people fail because they don’t realize how often faulty thinking and negative habits hold them back. This book will help you overcome your obstacles and get out of your own way so you can finally live your dream life through small changes and easy actions.

Kelly covers the most common life areas people struggle with and want to succeed at then shows you ways to take action starting today!

Published: Intuitive Living Publishing on
ISBN: 9781502259967
List price: $2.99
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