Unstoppable: 45 Powerful Stories of Perseverance and Triumph from People Just Like You

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Sourcebooks, 1998 - Self-Help - 316 pages
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Do you crave more out of life, but are unsure about how to get it? Do you secretly fear you don't have what it takes to achieve your true heart's desire? Or if you think you do, is everyone telling you to forget about it and be realistic?

Unstoppable is the first step to creating the life you've always wanted to live. This ultimate personal motivator introduces you to 45 people from all walks of life who will not only inspire you but show you how to overcome any obstacle between you and your goals. These current, real-life role models will show you possibilities for your life and give you the courage and inspiration to triumph!

Along with its heartwarming and inspiring stories, Unstoppable gives you a seven-step action plan that features the tools you'll need to create the life you deserve.

You'll learn:
--How to discover your own unique calling and purpose in life
--The biggest lies that may be stopping you from getting what you want
--The best strategies for turning self-doubt into unstoppable self-confidence
--Seven proven steps to becoming unstoppable in every area of life

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Contents

Purpose Ignites the Spirit
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One Mothers Mass Mailings from the Heart
9
A Barefoot Ulysses and His Incredible Journey
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Cynthia Kersey touches thousands of people's hearts nationally by delivering keynote presentations on how to identify and get what you really want in life. She has fourteen years experience in sales and marketing, including selling a multi-million dollar account for a Fortune 500 company. She has helped launch a number of successful entrepreneurial companies and is an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

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