Do you ever feel like you're waiting on life to happen TO you? Waiting on enough business to seize opportunities in the market? Waiting on enough money to have a child? Waiting on the market to change to buy a house? Waiting on the ideal partner to make you feel loved? Waiting on retirement to start experiencing your bucket list? Waiting, waiting, waiting.... Waiting for WHAT? One day you wake up and you've lost 20 years of your life waiting in the rut of work, kids growing up and just life happening. Your soul feels lost, your heart passionless and your energy tank is on empty. All the while, there are people passing by you throughout your life who could help, energize and enhance the quality of your life. Some are close...some are associates...some are acquaintances...some know you, but you never know them. All of these people can have an impact on your life at some level. The question is, are you getting the most people to "scream your name and beg for more," in a way that maximizes your opportunities and quality of life?
How to Get People to Scream Your Name and Beg For More is a masters degree that will teach anyone from college students to company executives how to make profound change and start living the ultimate life personally and professionally. This book reveals the fundamental keys to maximizing opportunities, expanding your life network of people who can further those opportunities, and live the ultimate quality of life...TODAY! Seize the moment! Don't let life pass you by!
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An invigorating listening experience, there is one thing reading the words but the power of the spoken word and here is great example of how to change your life
The memorable moment is when you realize that you have been waiting all your life and waiting saps your energy. time to make it more positive.
The first chapter, it sets the scene for the rest of the book and how you can change your life forever
That it is your life and your right to make sure people start listening and calling your name and not waiting for your name to be called.
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