By Sharon Marquart

those four ideas – 12 phrases in four brief words – will switch your lifestyles!

These four rules are:
• effortless to recollect
• effortless to use
• effortless to make an immense distinction on your existence
• effortless to place you into the movement of dwelling abundantly

Inside this publication you will discover:
• an entire rationalization of the “4 Principles.”
• bankruptcy Summaries of every of the “4 Principles.”
• feedback on the way to domesticate all of the “4 ideas” into your lifestyles.
• own tales that express how others have used the “4 ideas” to alter their lives.
• half leads you thru routines utilizing the “4 rules” in your profession, your relationships, your funds, and your future health.

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