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Do You Even Trust Yourself? How You Can Train Your Brain to Succeed.

What happens when you commit to something and see it through.

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Despite popular belief, committing to something and seeing it through does not equate to success. Especially not the success you think you should be seeing, more often than not.




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Shea Hulse

Wife and mom of two. My books are steamy paranormal romances full of magic and mystery. I help entrepreneurial women do the same. Traveller. Dreamer. Free.

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