Wheatmark, Inc., Jan 15, 2012 - 114 pages
Do you seek happiness, but have trouble discovering the path to joy? I Change can help you face the truth and find true happiness. Woven around an interesting ancient Chinese parable, I Change is a compelling read for anyone who is not as happy as they ought to be. The principles in this book will teach you how to break old patterns of thinking that keep you from feeling empowered. This book gives you the tools to be happy and get your life back on track. Once and for all it dispels the notion of helplessness and gives you workable ways to be happy in any situation. I Change transforms your life and guides you in the transformation from a victim of life to a victor. The concepts of I Change in this book take you step-by-step in choosing your destiny. Now you too can have the power to turn your life around.
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