Simple Changes: Quietly Overcoming Barriers to Personal and Professional Growth
Once we learn to identify and overcome our individual resistances to change, we open the door to personal growth and inner freedom. Dr. Wicks offers sixteen "seeds of change"--simple yet powerful approaches to encourage readers toward modest, gradual changes in personal attitudes and perspectives.
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Taking Simple Steps to Encourage Inner Freedom
Growth and Change
Making Space Within
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