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Positive Habits

Breaking Bad Habits and Creating Positive Habits
Written by: Made for Success
Length: 3 hrs and 19 mins
Categories: Self-Development, How-to

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Publisher's Summary

Can a person have too many positive habits? This audio program gives you step-by-step instructions that are essential to building strong habits that allow you to flourish.

This collection of audio recordings from best-selling authors offers methods for tapping into greater wisdom and resources to create a life based on your own terms. By identifying bad habits and breaking the stubborn ones, you can set yourself up for a life of balance and harmony.

Here are simple yet practical skills and the inspiration to help you take control of your life. This program includes:

  • Breaking old habits
  • Exploring what you believe
  • Dealing with doubt

Tap into these principles of success and set up positive life habits to replace bad ones. The power of habit is an incredible thing - put this to use in your own life with this inspiring audio program.

©2014 Made for Success (P)2014 Made for Success

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  • 19-09-14

Misleading Marketing

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

As a stay at home mum I enjoy listening to 'self help' books, not necessarily to 'change my life' but just to stay motivated as I go about my daily tasks. Oftentimes information that is primarily for the workplace can still be helpful when applied to other spheres of life. However, unless you are a corporate executive I would forget this 'book', (actually just a series of talks.) I feel that given the cover art the marketing of this book is misleading.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Something positive :)

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

The presenters were obviously sincere.

Any additional comments?

Change the cover to that of a guy in a suit at a conference.

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