Seven Letters to Live By: Respect: "How to Dream with Your Eye's Open"

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iUniverse, Nov 4, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 136 pages

Saitia faaifo calls it Seven Letters to live by: RESPECT. Youll call it the most significant and inspirational book you ever read.

If you ever dreamed of a book that demonstrates the true essence of Respect and how to achieve the extraordinary quality of life you desire and deserve, while mastering your personal and professional life. Then this Book is for you! Saitia Faaifo has proved to thousands over and over through his Books, CDs and seminars around the country that by harnessing and practicing the Universal language called Respect as well as adapting a Yes I can Attitude and a relentless commitment to your goals, you can and will live the life you always dreamed of.

In his book he teaches you:

The seven letters to live by R.E.S.P.E.C.T
How to demonstrate Respect at work
How to face your fears and do it anyway
How your Network will determine your Net worth
How to create instant rapport with anyone you meet
Discover your purpose in life
Develop a specific plan for achieving your goals

 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
9
Chapter Three
27
Chapter Four
33
Chapter Five
43
Chapter Six
49
Chapter Seven
55
Chapter Eight
65
Chapter Nine
75
Chapter Ten
81
Chapter Eleven
87
Chapter Twelve
93
Saitia Faaifo Biography
103
Dont Quit
105
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Saitia Faaifo is a dynamic combination of trainer, educator, motivational speaker and activist. Faaifo’s humble beginnings began as a youth growing up on the popular town of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Mr. Faaifo’s professional management career began with numerous promotions with Gourmet Specialties, Tree of Life and even 6 in 6 years with Alameda County’s (CA, USA) Two Count.

Throughout his professional career, Saitia has used his speaking engagements to introduce his theme: “Respect is the universal language.” Although his primary audiences represent the Polynesian cultures, his unifying message allows him to connect with diverse audiences.

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