I Don't Want to Die All Alone

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Journey to Greatness is about making every minute count and taking control of your life to create and manifest love, peace, happiness, and prosperity.

In her book, Marcia speaks eloquently of how nothing in life happens by chance. There is a Divine unfolding that takes place for the purpose of nurturing and growing you into the person that you were born to become. Your destiny is preset before you arrive and your life experiences including your trials, tribulations, and triumphs are all designed to prepare you for your ultimate calling.

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Marcia talks openly and candidly of the emotional and financial struggles she faced following her divorce and becoming a single parent. She reveals the strategies she used to take control of her life. She will disclose her approach to building her confidence and rebounding from financial ruin.

Marcia's delivery is empowering and her ten strategies are profound. You will be enlightened and inspired to take action and apply these principles in your life starting TODAY!

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
11
Section 3
37
Section 4
61
Section 5
74
Section 6
91
Section 7
113
Section 8
123
Section 14
203
Section 15
207
Section 16
221
Section 17
230
Section 18
236
Section 19
247
Section 20
264
Section 21
285

Section 9
140
Section 10
154
Section 11
164
Section 12
181
Section 13
191
Section 22
296
Section 23
306
Section 24
314
Section 25
321
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About the author (2001)

Henderson was drinking beer at age 6 and buying it at age 9. At age 11 he was arrested for train robbery and put behind bars for a short time. At 13 he already been shot at numerous times. By this time his mother moved from Mississippi to Battle Creek, Michigan. There he was arrested for assault with a weapon. He joined a gang and for 13 years lived a reign of terror.He went back to finish high school, joined the Army and was released after one year on a medical discharge. Returned to the street life and selling drugs. He was gunned down but lived. After his son was born he went to business college and received an associate's degree in business management. Realizing he could do better, he gets out of the dope game and earns a bachelor's degree in business administration. After his younger brother was murdered he left Michigan and moved back to Jackson, Mississippi.

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