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Creating Your Own Destiny: How to Get Exactly What You Want Out of Life and Work

Narrated by: Barry Campbell
Length: 6 hrs and 44 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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Put your own fate exactly where it belongs - in your hands It is one of the great questions of life. Its a simple question, really, but it seems impossible for many to answer: Do we control our own destinies? Ninety percent of people think and act as if their destiny is foreordained, while only about 10 percent believe in the capacity to change and act on it. Creating Your Own Destiny explains and demonstrates to the majority how to dream, plan, and execute a better future - despite the challenges of the economy and life circumstances.

  • Based on time-honored principles, theories, and case studies
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  • Provides a Success Road Map for all those people who are seeking to achieve success but who aren't satisfied with their careers
  • Written in an easy and accessible tone by Patrick Snow, who has been dubbed "the Dean of Destiny"

With the powerful and practical tools featured in this essential guide, you'll find yourself newly empowered and energized to achieve extraordinary results.

©2010 Patrick Snow (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Timeless Advice from a Man Who Inspires Millions

Patrick Snow shares his timeless advice for designing a life around your passion. This is a man who walks his talk and freely shares his insights with the masses. His purpose is to serve, love, heal, and inspire others and that's what Patrick has done here. He's a firm believer in being the master designer of your life, He's a strong proponent of entrepreneurship and maintaining control of your schedule. He's a family first guy, keeping perspective on what's truly important and encourages prioritizing health. He walked away from corporate pressure to take a risk and live the life he dreamed of. He's been writing, speaking and inspiring ever since. One thing that blows me away is how much support he offers to his readers free of charge. Lots of helpful supplemental material available through his website, just as he shares in his book. He genuinely believes the more people we serve, the more it will come back to us tenfold. His principles and advice throughout the book are built on a solid foundation he's learned from the greatest icons in personal development history. Grab a copy, you won't be disappointed.

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One of the best books out there

Great book. If you are looking to start up a business this book is the one for you. The author references multiple motivational speakers and entrepreneurs and also websites that you can look into to further your life and your success.

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Good Advice All Around

If you could sum up Creating Your Own Destiny: How to Get Exactly What You Want Out of Life and Work in three words, what would they be?

worth the time

What did you like best about this story?

The advice he gave about how to lose weight

What about Barry Campbell’s performance did you like?

His reading was clear, concise and he had a pleasant voice

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The quotes moved me and motivated me

Any additional comments?

This book made sense and gave me much to think about.

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