The ACE Abundance: 12 Amazing Ways to Live An Abundant Life Everyday

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 Welcome to your abundant, limitless life.What if, right now, you had access to all the right tools and resources to create your universe of Abundance and attract success in all areas of life? With positive thinking, the right mindset, the right affirmations and the right actions, you can now uncover greater success and happiness in your life within days. The ACE Abundance presents 12 steps that will help you focus on the Abundance you have and can achieve and bring to reality everything you focus your thoughts on. Start creating your universe of Abundance. Move from a scarcity mentality to Abundance mentality. Move to a new domain that demonstrates limitless opportunities. Life is far too valuable to be shackled by the limitations imposed by others and our lesser selves. Enjoy The ACE Abundance. The 12 Chapters in this book will challenge you, encourage you, inspire you and help you to Absorb. Comprehend. Excel… ACE your way to abundant success.
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About the author

 Murali Murthy

Best-Selling Author, Motivational Speaker, Transformational Coach Murali Murthy is an acclaimed Public Speaker, Mentor, Immigrant Career Coach and the Author of the Canadian Best-selling ACE Series of Books - The ACE Principle, The ACE Awakening and The ACE Abundance. As a professional speaker, the insights that he offers through his presentations and seminars meet the needs of today’s professionals struggling to find their place and fit in today’s hyper competitive workplace. In addition to his personal Career Blog, Murali also regularly contributes useful articles to WelcomePackCanada, the Canadian Immigrant Magazine and various other publications. Murali also volunteers his time with CAMP (Communications, Advertising, Marketing Professionals), Canada's first voluntary organization for the marketing fraternity. As Chairperson, he helps New Canadians integrate into the job market sooner by providing industry-tested tools, resources and mentorship. In his own words: "We are all born twice on this planet. The first is the day we were born, and the second, is the day we realize why we were born. The purpose of life is life with a purpose." Murali lives with his wife and two sons in Markham, Ontario. To learn about Murali: www.PowerofACE.com To learn about CAMP: www.CAMPnetworking.ca
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FriesenPress
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Published on
Dec 2, 2015
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Pages
189
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ISBN
9781460276150
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Language
English
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Genres
Self-Help / General
Self-Help / Motivational & Inspirational
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
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