Be Bold!: And Discover the Power of Praise
Using Susan's own experiences and those of the many self-determining people she has met and interviewed over the years, she eloquently explores what happens when people receive due acknowledgment - and what happens when they don't.Now, more than ever, in this post-September 11 world, we have a clear choice. Do we move forwards or backwards? Do we dare to have a bold vision of how we would like the world to be or a predictable plan for retribution? As voters we need to ask ourselves, who has the boldest vision for our future? Is it a bold vision of light and moving forward or is it a vision of darkness and destruction and moving back to where we were before September 11, 2001?
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