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"The most important thing for people who have been laid off-or people who are living with family confronting any kind of financial stress-- is for them to stay inspired and have the tools to redesign their lives. This book will do it!," says Debbie Ford, New York Times bestselling author (Why Good People Do Bad Things) and world renowned speaker. Foster, visionary, international speaker and Founder of Premier Coaching, did eight years of intensive research, working with thousands of top executives and other leaders to formulate the right questions that changed their focus from failure to success, worry to calm, distraction to concentration, restlessness to peace, and negativity to positivity. With 1001 questions in 35 different categories of life, Ask and You Will Succeed is the most comprehensive book of success questions ever written. In fact, it has been called, "The Question Bible" because of the extraordinary results people have reported from asking these questions. With this book in just fifteen minutes a day a person will get laser focused on key issues that matter to him most and pin point solutions that really work. The reader will actually have more time to do the things that he or she loves to do, feel more energized, and create an extraordinary life. "By asking these high-minded question you will go from task-master to ask master and set yourself on a path of unlimited wealth in all areas of life that matter to you most," says Foster. With so many people feeling the crunch today, Ken Foster will offer your listeners a lifeline. He can preview some of the key questions and strategies that will start them back on the path to positive self determination and financial and personal success.

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