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AISHA GRANT

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  • I Wish I Knew This 20 Years Ago

  • Understanding the Universal Laws That Govern All Things
  • By: Justin Perry
  • Narrated by: Steve White
  • Length: 1 hr and 48 mins
  • Unabridged
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Life is not a series of random events but is orchestrated through a set of natural laws that govern life on Earth. Once we understand these laws, we will have a better understanding of how life works. Once we understand how life works, we can make it work for us instead of against us. This book is a guidebook intended to offer knowledge that you can use throughout life. If I could sum up this entire book in one statement, it would be: Your mind is literally shaping the world around you.

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  • Enjoyable!

  • By wisdom1st on 12-18-15

Happy I finally bought this book!

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Reviewed: 12-01-17

Though I've personally read some of the books by the quoted authors it was great to hear all this life changing information in a short & concise way. In only 2 hours you can start a new way of creation. Loved it! Great job Justin, and Steve White's narration was excellent, clear, and captivating.

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  • How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind

  • Dealing with Your House's Dirty Little Secrets
  • By: Dana K. White
  • Narrated by: Dana K. White
  • Length: 6 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged
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    4.5 out of 5 stars 1,015
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    5 out of 5 stars 892
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    4.5 out of 5 stars 882

"The dirty little secret about most organizing advice is that it's written by organized people," says blogger, speaker, and decluttering expert Dana K. White. "But that's not how my brain works. I'm lost on page three." Dana blogs at A Slob Comes Clean, chronicling her successes and failures with her self-described "deslobification process". In the beginning she used the name Nony (short for aNONYmous), because she was sharing her deep, dark slob secret. Now she has truly come clean - with not only her real name but the strategies she has developed.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • A gold star plan for de-slobification

  • By zuly on 01-18-17

Very funny and helpful!

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Reviewed: 10-26-17

Dana was wonderful to listen to. More than likely as they are her words, her narration was seemless and effortless. According to this book I might have some confessions to make, though I think otherwise (it makes me feel better). The delivery of very useful and helpful tips and advice was a delight to listen to (I'll have to listen again). This is a great listen for all, from the person in need of a little clean up, to the borderline hoarder. And if thats not you, at least you'll be very entertained. Enjoy!