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    • ISBN:9781781576137
    • Publication date:07 Jun 2018
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The Power of YES

positive and practical advice to help you live life to the full

By Abbie Headon

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Embrace and explore the full power of yes and all the amazing things it can do for you.

Discover the power of "yes" and all the amazing things it can do for you.


So often we are afraid of failure, of disappointment, of being vulnerable, that we settle for "no". The practical tips and inspirational advice within these pages will help you embrace positivity and find a new sense of freedom in each area of your life, from your career, to your relationships, to your dreams and ambitions.

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  • ISBN: 9781781576007
  • Publication date: 07 Jun 2018
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Ilex Press
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