The Passion Belief Method: Own Your Value & Earn Your Worth in Business

Morgan James Publishing
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Stop coasting on autopilot—with this five-step method filled with “simple yet effective life changing principles” (John Gray, PhD).
 
Dolly Parton once said, “Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” Many people today have no passionate connection to the routine work they do day in and day out. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this way. In The Passion Belief Method, entrepreneur success strategist and in-demand life and business coach and speaker Megan Tull offers practical exercises and methods to help you find your gifts and turn them into work you can be truly passionate about.
 
Megan, who became a single mother after being widowed at an early age, used her passion for raising her young son as the starting point for creating a business that allowed her to stay closer to home but to also triple her income in the first year. Now Megan leans on her experiences to teach you her 5-Step Passion Belief Method. Filled with true stories from Megan’s many clients and inspiring quotes from other high achievers, speakers, and writers, The Passion Belief Method will teach you how to unlock your inner gifts, overcome your fears, and visualize what you want and who you’ll be when you have it—then bring that into being.
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Megan Tull is an entrepreneur success strategist, in-demand certified business and life coach, international speaker and transformational leader, and the CEO and founder of Silverlining Concepts, LLC, a business coaching and consulting firm that offers innovative and transformational programs and workshops for small to midsize companies. Megan, an entrepreneur for over twenty-five years, has assisted thousands of business professionals in reaching their personal and professional goals, offering life-changing solutions that show her clients how to create the income they desire while living an authentic, joyful life based on balance and self-care. Megan has her own online TV show, Own Your Value and Earn Your Worth, that airs weekly, and lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and three children.

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Morgan James Publishing
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Aug 21, 2015
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182
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9781630475956
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English
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Business & Economics / Development / General
Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
Business & Economics / Leadership
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