Live Your Dreams

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Harper Collins, Jul 1, 1994 - Self-Help - 272 pages
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Here is Les Brown's personal formula for success and happiness -- positively charged thoughts, guidance, examples, plus an Action Planner to help you focus your thoughts on specific goals...and achieve them all. The answers are all here in this astonishing book -- with one simple, powerful message: We may not always be able to control what is put in our path, but we can always control what we are...and what we will become.

 

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Contents

Two You Gotta Be Hungry
39
Three The Power to Change
62
Four Wake Up and Work on Your Dreams
79
Five Live Your Dreams
94
Six Fix Your Focus
111
Seven Fear of Frogs
131
Eight The Young and the Goalless
154
Nine Be Positively Charged
181
Ten If s Possible
206
Live Your Dreams Action Planner
231
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About the author (1994)

Les Brown came up the hard way. He and his brother were adopted at the age of six weeks by a single woman and raised in the Liberty City section of Miami, Florida. In the fifth grade, Les was mistakenly declared "educably mentally retarded." In spite of these conditions, he became a disc jockey, a community activist, and later served three terms in the Ohio State Legislature, becoming chairman of its Human Resources Committee. He is an internationally acclaimed speaker and has had five PBS television specials.

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