Who You Were Meant to Be: A Guide to Finding Or Recovering Your Life's Purpose
Finding one's purpose in life and fulfilling it is a desire we all share. Yet many of us are living the lives and dreams imposed upon us by our family, friends and society. Once we understand the fears, frustrations and loyalties that sabotage our dreams and best efforts at personal growth, we can free ourselves from doubt and defeat and find out what we really want to do with our lives. In Who You Were Meant to Be, Dr. Lindsay C. Gibson provides a practical road map out of old habits and shows how to forge a new path on which each of us can discover or recover our true purposes in life and become the people we want to be.
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Who Were You Meant to Be?
Who Gives You Permission?
Ego The Enemy Within
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