If you could....
What If It All Goes Right? reveals the secret to turning possibilities like these into a tangible reality. With more than 10 years of real world application in colleges, businesses, churches, and beyond, world-renowned spiritual advisor Mindy Audlin shares the life-changing strategy that will elevate your mindset and put you on course for a brighter tomorrow, regardless of your current circumstances.You’ll master the essential skills for thriving in today’s rapidly changing society: the imagination to quickly identify innovative solutions for unprecedented challenges, and the wisdom to bring these ideas to fruition through “inspired action”.
When you are ready to get “unstuck”, stop spinning your wheels and step off the treadmill of counterproductive actions, What If It All Goes Right? shows you the way. Discover step by step how to bring peace, prosperity and possibility into every area of your life... one thought at a time!What If this is the answer you’ve been waiting for?
©2010 Mindy Audlin (P)2010 Gildan Media Corp
“This is off the charts fun, high energy, and beyond creative. I got upgrades to my desires that amazed and delighted me, and led to fabulous real world results.” (Joe Vitale, author of The Attractor Factor)
“In our fast-paced world, we are in desperate need of simple, yet powerful techniques to draw upon to properly focus our attention in the right ways and on the right things.... Thank you, Mindy Audlin, for combining so many useful concepts into such an easy to use and understand tool.” (Jon Biel, founder of The Make the Difference Network)
That is works! She explained it so clearly and I used the process and manifested exactly want I wanted. My friends are stunned....
Very good speaking voice and I loved her style.
Only allowing positive thoughts into my mind
great narration and stupid rule here for forcing me to write 20 words. one word is enough and take off your stupid rule and let others express in as many or as little words as they choose.
I love the idea that this book is writen around which is basically about how to change your thoughts in a certain more possitive dirrection. The idea merrits some exploration and several pages of this book that explain how to impliment the thought changeing idea. However, I got the point way before the book finished. I think authors must want books to reach a certain page number to sell properly. I'm a huge fan of the idea that a 50 or 100 page mini-book could cover many a topic with more parcimony. But, what if I'm wrong and this book was the perfect length?
Great concept, great practice. Do we really need over five hours to explain it?
I paid money for this?
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