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What’s Wrong With Damn Near Everything? Larry Winget tells all [7 Days to Amazing Podcast]

Larry Winget, the Pitbull of Personal Development®, bestselling author, television personality, social commentator and internationally acclaimed speaker joins the 7 Days to Amazing Podcast to talk about what's wrong with damn near everything! After having a place out west I have come to realize that cowboys and New Yorkers are a lot alike. We both love to tell it straight. No hemming and hawing, but just tell it as it is. Larry Winget is a man who doesn't mince words. He tells it [...]

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Make Your Home Worthy of a Million Dollar Listing: Home Staging Secrets with Tori Toth [7 Days to Amazing Podcast]

Do you want to easily create a space so inviting that people want to buy into you whether you are putting your house on the market to command a higher price or create an inviting home video set that’s so on brand that clients want to buy from you? On today’s episode of the 7 Days to Amazing podcast, home staging expert, author, and video queen Tori Toth shares easy to follow tips to make your place a million dollar listing, [...]

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Red Carpet to Reinvention: Celebrity Chef Julie Anne Rhodes [7 Days to Amazing Podcast]

The Red Carpet to Reinvention: Celebrity Chef Julie Anne Rhodes talks about her life from supermodel, to pop star wife, to successful entrepreneur with all the razzle-dazzle and bumps in between. My friend Julie Anne Rhodes has had the kind of enviable life that so many dream about but her family first beliefs and entrepreneurial journey are what shapes her success. If you ever wondered what it's really like to have the celebrity chef lifestyle, be a glamorous supermodel, be married [...]

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Dr. Frank Lipman: Feeling Spent? Ask the Right Questions

Two Questions To Ask That Are More Important Than A Diagnosis...Ultimately, asking the right questions is more important than giving a label to a set of observations.After 30 years of practicing Medicine, I have learned that for any chronic illness or ailment, treating underlying imbalances and dysfunctions is more important than making a diagnosis and naming the disease. Ultimately, asking the right questions is more important than giving a label to a set of observations.This is because most if not [...]

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