Double Your Income Doing What You Love: Raymond Aaron's Guide to Power Mentoring

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Wiley, Jan 18, 2008 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
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Double Your Income Doing What You Love breaks life down into six pathways, and then sets out a simple but highly effective system for you to set goals in all six categories every month. Using his MTO system, author Raymond Aaron teaches you how to set each goal at three levels—Minimum, Target, and Outrageous—so that you can begin to move ever closer to fully creating, and then living, the life of your dreams.

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Worth reading. Some good, some bad and some real gems on goal setting. It was written clearly and I really liked the fact his web site includes forms that summarize the main points and templates to ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Raymond Aaron is a high-energy and captivating professional speaker. In 2006 alone, he delivered over 200 speeches around the world. In 1996, Aaron created The Monthly Mentor, a home study mentoring program that now boasts thousands of members worldwide. In addition to writing several books on real estate and mentoring, Aaron is the coauthor of the bestselling book Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul and the New York Times bestseller Chicken Soup for the Parent's Soul.

Sue Lacher graduated from a three-year Coach Training Program that is recognized by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Over her eleven years as a coach, she has accumulated extensive hands-on experience. Lacher has successfully coached over 1,000 clients worldwide and has worked directly with Raymond Aaron in creating the tools and concepts used within The Monthly Mentor Program, so that individuals can take control of their lives and live their best life. She also conducts workshops on Time Management and the Law of Attraction, and is a licensed practitioner of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming).

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