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In Right Now, Steve Chandler shows us how to embrace the truth, the beauty, and the infinite possibilities that are always within us. Through humor, insight, and a wealth of personal stories, he leads us to the source of all creation and joy: the present moment.

©2017 Steve Chandler (P)2017 Maurice Bassett

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Steve does it again!

My first exposure to Steve Chandler was "100 ways to motivate yourself". From then on, I was hooked. In each of his books, he gives wonderful insights along with sharing his personal experiences. Every time I re-listen or re-read one of his books, I pick up more ideas. Thanks Steve!

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Simply mindchanging!

I will listen again. And buy the book. Already did during listening. Steve is one of my 3 heroes and I just choose that. Decided. Suicide= killing yourself. Homocide =Killing another human beeing. Decide? Thats killing of doubt. This book killed my doubt. Finally.

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  • Ravi Jain
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great book

As someone who identified as being a procrastinator, this book really spoke to me. I know there is more wisdom here on re-reads as I'm sure there will be things I missed.