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Setting Your Vision And Defining Your Goals

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Setting Your Vision And Defining Your Goals
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740305579
Number of pages: 33

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This book will guide individuals and business owners alike through the process of establishing a personal mission statement that helps provide clarity and a sense of purpose. How do you want to live? What impact to you want to make? What do you value? A series of exercises will help you answer these questions and more as you begin building a life you love.

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