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Publisher's Summary

You're strong! You can do anything! Everyone wants you, your time, and your energy! But you know deep down you’re scattered, exhausted, and completely burnt out. Soon you'll be back in that familiar place where you know what you should do, but you just can't make yourself do it. Prioritizing yourself feels selfish or like just one. more. thing. to do. 

Girl, I can relate! 

I've been there and back (and everywhere in between). Not anymore! Everyone knows you have to fail to win but nobody tells you how to actually do it. Until now. F.A.I.L. to Win is exactly what you need to: 

  • Make fearless decisions, 
  • Dump the negativity (inside and out) 
  • Understand your superpowers
  • Let go of of the emotional baggage that's keeping you stuck

Listen to it, use the tools and...get out of your own way!

©2017 Triffany Hammond, LLC (P)2018 Triffany Hammond, LLC

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What made the experience of listening to F.A.I.L. to Win the most enjoyable?

Lot of simple facts and truths about life.

What did you like best about this story?

Fail to win. It's a fun phrase.

What does Triffany Hammond bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The subtle nuances of annunciation. And she expresses emotion into her work.

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Fore give yourself.

Any additional comments?

Didn't really get that much from this book.