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ThE JANICE MARIE WILSON SHOW

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Janice Marie Wilson

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This week's guest is Steve Pavlina, author of the best selling book, Personal Development for Smart People. We will discuss what it takes to grow as a conscious human being. This includes guiding you to discover and accept your life purpose; inspiring you to feel more motivated, energized, and passionate; helping you shed disempowering relationships and learning how to build a network of loving support. He teaches you how to achieve stable financial abundance doing what you love; and encouraging you to make a genuine contribution to humanity -- so you can finally experience the kind of life that deep down, you always knew you were meant to live. You aren't here to struggle and suffer. You're here to express and share your creative gifts, to give and receive love, and to be happy. Learn what smart people know, with Steve Pavlina, and gain the knowledge and action plan that can certainly help you get there. Steve is is widely recognized as the most successful personal development blogger on the Internet, attracting more than two million monthly readers who value his unique insights. Instead of posing as a self-help guru with all the answers, Steve encourages people to fearlessly conduct their own personal growth experiments in order to learn through direct experience. He has written more than 700 free articles, often challenging his readers to question what they’ve been taught and to consider alternative perspective. For all of you listening to this show.....here’s a visual for you......Steve is blue-eyed, color-blind, left-handed.....and is dressed in a Tommy Bahama shirt, loafers and with the help of those he loves his slacks match his shirt and socks. So let’s loosen up and listen to how the voice of recessive genes seeks creative expression instead of social conformity.......because that ‘s what we get to talk about today.

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