The Laws of Lifetime Growth

Always Make Your Future Bigger Than Your Past

Dan Sullivan (Author) | Catherine Nomura (Author)

Publication date: 05/31/2016

Bestseller over 110+ copies sold

The Laws of Lifetime Growth
Based on Sullivans discovery of what motivates people and unlocks their greatest abilities, this work outlines ten ""laws"" that give readers an internal framework for taking charge of their future, and shows them how to stay focused and firm so that they can continually grow in all areas of life.
Written by Dan Sullivan, the acclaimed speaker, author, consultant, strategic planner, and coach to entrepreneurial individuals and groups, Laws of Lifetime Growth provides refreshingly simple laws that will instantly shift your perspective to help you make your future bigger than your past, and fully realize your personal and professional potential.

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Based on Sullivans discovery of what motivates people and unlocks their greatest abilities, this work outlines ten ""laws"" that give readers an internal framework for taking charge of their future, and shows them how to stay focused and firm so that they can continually grow in all areas of life.
Written by Dan Sullivan, the acclaimed speaker, author, consultant, strategic planner, and coach to entrepreneurial individuals and groups, Laws of Lifetime Growth provides refreshingly simple laws that will instantly shift your perspective to help you make your future bigger than your past, and fully realize your personal and professional potential.
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