Change your Perception, Change your Life (Excerpt)

Justin Harmon

Change your Perception, Change your Life (Excerpt) by Justin Harmon
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For readers of:Simon Sinek, James Altucher, Eckhart Tolle, Steven Covey, Srinivas Rao
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Print Length240
ISBN1936984245
PublisherThe Difference Press
Publication DateNovember 26, 2013
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

This download includes most of "Section One: Change" of this book.

Sick and tired of being held back by the prevailing status quo of society, author Justin Harmon set out to find an alternative lifestyle with freedom from fear and no limits. This book chronicles his findings and generously shares with readers how to change your life with advice on:

• Why change is difficult and how you can find freedom in discomfort.

• How make decisions so you can harness the power of regret free living.

• What happens to free spirits who live the life of an impostor.

• The magic of Lifestyle Design and exactly how to recreate, restructure, and redesign your life

• What to do when time, money, knowledge, or other people stand in between you and your dream

• When to worry about mistakes and misunderstandings and when they can be flipped to your advantage

• The 3 keys to feeling happy, awake, fulfilled and free • And much more

About the Author

Justin inspires, empowers, and coaches people on how to create more freedom and abundance in their lives. He collaborates and works with those on a journey to live their dreams, follow their purpose, and change the world.

Justin is the author of the book Change your Perception, Change your Life which also features other well known a-listers on their experiences and lessons learned on their journey. He lives with his wife and daughter in the woods of Wisconsin, where he is continually learning, growing, evolving, and doing what he can to change the status quo, help people realize their full potential, and make the world a better place.

When he’s not deep into his own inner existence and self growth, Justin enjoys playing sports, watching football and baseball, and being out in nature.

You can find Justin on his website Justin-Harmon.com