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If more success and personal fulfillment is what you're seeking, Jack Canfield can help you get from where you are - to where you want to be. For more than 40 years, Jack has been teaching, training and coaching entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders, and people from all walks of life (and of all ages, cultures and backgrounds) to create the life they desire - and he can do the same for you! As the beloved originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series, he's personally taught millions of people his unique and modernized formulas for success and personal fulfillment, and is a widely recognized leader in peak performance strategies.
His bestselling book, The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be has been hailed as the new self-improvement classic, containing 64 of the most powerful principles of success known to mankind. It doesn't matter if your goals are to be the top sales person in your company, become a super-star athlete, lose weight, become a better parent, increase confidence, buy your dream home or make millions of dollars – Jack can help you develop a clear, personal plan of action that will completely transform your life into exactly what you want it to be.
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The first Success Principle I teach is to take 100 percent responsibility for your life. Never has this been more needed than now. Current societal challenges – such as the recession, decimation of the stock and real estate markets and high unemployment rate – have left many
Understanding the relationship among consciousness, action, and prosperity is crucial to your success. In my seminars I sometimes stand in front of the room and hold up a $100 bill, state that I’m wiling to give it away, and ask if anyone would like to have it. Usually
There is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread. - Mother Teresa, Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize The period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day is the time when most people tend to express their appreciation and gratitude. But wouldn’t it