Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting: The Astonishing Power of Feelings

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Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2000 - Self-Help - 309 pages
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Upbeat, humorous, and iconoclastic, Lynn Grabhorn introduced readers to the Law of Attraction in 2000 with "Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting," The hardcover edition was an immediate hit, sold more than 151,000 copies, and appeared on the "New York Times" bestseller list. Grabhorn was the first to reveal that the power of feelings is what unconsciously shapes and molds every moment of every day. In this ground-breaking book, she reveals how paying attention to feelingsarather than positive thinking, or sweat and strain, or good or bad luck, or even smartsais the way to change your life, make dreams come true, and create the kind of life you really want to live. "Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting" is filled with logical explanations, simple steps, and true-life examples that empower readers to access their feelings and turn their lives around.

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Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting The Astonishing Power of Feelings by Lynn Grabhorn This 245 page treasure was nothing short of amazing. I was just so impressed with the author as she takes us from one ... Read full review

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this book was very disappointing i saw it advertised in a magazine and an actress was saying it was the best book she had ever read. not for me it was boring from the beginning and to be honest i just ... Read full review


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Grabhorn began her working life in the advertising field in New York City, founded and ran an audio-visual educational publishing company in Los Angeles, and owned and ran a mortgage brokerage firm in Washington State.

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