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Map for joy: lessons from a life coach/by Teri Johnson.

By: Johnson, Teri.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington Herttenberger Press 2004Description: x+150p.ISBN: 0975549308.Subject(s): Self-actualization (Psychology) | Joy | Happiness | Self-realizationDDC classification: 158.1 Summary: Everyone has the power to create a custom lifestyle where they'll thrive in all ways. Everyone absolutely deserves complete emotional, physical and spiritual fulfillment, and this book is the readers step-by-step map for getting there. Life and Business Coach, Teri Johnson, will lead the reader through sixteen lessons along with ideas, success stories, and exercises where they will learn how to, allow their own happiness to be the foundation and springboard for all other facets of their life; tap their own inner wisdom for guidance in making good decisions that serve their deepest desires; create more fulfilling relationships with everyone in their business and personal life; and be playful again, giving themselves the the freedom to create and express with the unselfconscious exuberance of an eight-year-old.
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Everyone has the power to create a custom lifestyle where they'll thrive in all ways. Everyone absolutely deserves complete emotional, physical and spiritual fulfillment, and this book is the readers step-by-step map for getting there. Life and Business Coach, Teri Johnson, will lead the reader through sixteen lessons along with ideas, success stories, and exercises where they will learn how to, allow their own happiness to be the foundation and springboard for all other facets of their life; tap their own inner wisdom for guidance in making good decisions that serve their deepest desires; create more fulfilling relationships with everyone in their business and personal life; and be playful again, giving themselves the the freedom to create and express with the unselfconscious exuberance of an eight-year-old.

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