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Title: Work Less, Make More

Submitted by on December 21, 2004 – 6:16 pm No Comment

Author: Jennifer White
Date: 21-Dec-04

If you’re tired of holding your breath, waiting for exactly the right moment to arrive before you can start living the life you really want, wondering when it will be safe for you to stop working so hard and feeling stressed out, burnt out, and generally dissatisfied with life, this audiobook is for you.
It’s time to stop waiting and start living. As renowned success coach Jennifer White proves in this amazing book, you can have it all: more time, more money, and more fun on your own terms, starting today!

Based on White’s popular courses and seminars through which she has helped thousands of people nationwide live more fulfilling and productive lives, Work Less, Make More is an easy-to-follow 10-step program for overcoming your fears, unblocking your passions, channeling your energies, and managing your time more efficiently.

My Thoughts: Didn’t really enjoy this book too much. It had some limited success making a few points here and there, but for the most part didn’t do too great a job. I didn’t feel like I could work less and make more after reading it.

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