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Men are not prisoners of Fate, but only prisoners of their own minds.
- Franklin Roosevelt

It is'nt just the mentally depressed or broke and miserable people that are unhappy and upset but also the apparently healthy and relatively successful people with jobs and wealth who stand afflicted!

It is also true that more often than not the misery and sadness in people's lives is quite unnecessary and is finally dispelled, if dispelled at all, not due to any external happening but when the suffering people themselves take charge of their feelings and thinking and take decisive action to change for the better!

Tragically enough the majority of the people will for most of the time not take charge and will end up wasting entire lifetimes in waiting for divine intervention and complaining about how awful things are! Statistically speaking less than 1% of us will ever succeed and live an enriched happy life! The real reason why the majority of us is not and won’t ever be successful (until we change) is that we convince ourself that we know things that we actually do-not. But because we think we know them, we don’t give them any thought. This is our mind's most harmful and powerful trick which costs us dearly!

The key lies in empowering people to realize that they themselves determine the final outcome of their lives.

This book showcases some very effective and powerful strategies and techniques to enable you to take immediate control of your life and shape your mental, physical, emotional and material destiny!

Not only will this book provide to you every tool you need to achieve personal and professional excellence but also it will inspire you to become the master of your life. This is about personal achievement and creating true lasting success.

This is a book for everyone who aspires to personal excellence and wants to think in new directions while adding brand new horizons to your thought.

Every chapter of this book is well researched and has immediately applicable practical guidelines for paving the way towards concentration and focus of your emotions towards the attainment of your goals.

Make the choice to succeed Right here Right now...

Published: Vivek Sharma on
ISBN: 9781476311319
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