Hustle Believe Receive: An 8-Step Plan to Changing Your Life and Living Your Dream

Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
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In Hustle Believe Receive, Sarah Centrella, author of the internationally popular blog Thoughts.Stories.Life., proves that anyone, no matter where they start from, can change their life, achieve success, and live their dream.

As a single mom living on food stamps, Sarah completely changed her life of poverty to enable her to live her dream in just eighteen months. Sarah discovered the tools to change her life after her husband abandoned her and their three small children in 2008. Her story has impacted hundreds of thousands worldwide, through her simple eight-step plan for achieving success known as the #HBRMethod.

The book features fifty-one inspiring stories of people who believe in Sarah’s message, each of whom she personally interviewed for this book. They include: NFL star running back, Jonathan Stewart; NBA power forward Anthony Tolliver; famed artist Victor Matthews; best-selling author Laura Munson; middle weight world boxing champion, Daniel Jacobs; CEO, Ryan Blair; and Morgan Stanley executive director Kimberley Hatchett, among many others. Hustle Believe Receive shows how these stories are connected, and how Sarah, a single mom from Oregon, manages to bring them all together in the most unlikely way.

Hustle Believe Receive contains true tales of how real people are living the impossible. This book answers the question of “How did they do that?” and, more importantly, how you can too.
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Sarah Centrella is the author of the blog Thoughts.Stories.Life., a chronicle of her personal journey as she went from “nothin’ to somethin’.” Hundreds of thousands of people around the world read her blog, many seeking advice on how to follow her example and apply the #HBRMethod to achieve success.Her story has been featured on The Steve Harvey Show, in the New York Times, on CBS’s The Talk, in an American Red Cross national PSA, on CBS Radio, on NBC, and in the book Adventures in Manifesting. Sarah is also a life coach and motivational speaker, as well as the single mom of three—a twelve-year-old son and seven-year-old twin girls. She resides with her children in Portland, Oregon.
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Publisher
Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
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Published on
Jan 5, 2016
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Pages
392
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ISBN
9781634509077
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Motivational
Reference / Personal & Practical Guides
Self-Help / Creativity
Self-Help / Dreams
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
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