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A Perfect Way To Bring The Day

  • Nov 1, 2009
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Ever wondered what would happen if we examined a situation or something we were going to say before it actually happened? Armstrong's book THE FIRST THIRTY SECONDS gives us something to chew on as we begin our day and even more to meditate on after the day has begun. This book is perfect for those who are trying to learn more about themselves and better the person they come in contact with in the mirror each day.

It's true we only get one chance to make a first impression, but if we are wise we will take advantage of the opportunities to improve on that impression with every change we get.

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The First Thirty Seconds offers suggestive prompts for improving the management of one's behavior, thoughts, emotions, and relationships. It is presented in a unique format juxtaposing a relevant concept with a suggestion for further reflection. The result is a book that is effective as a personal growth resource and a library of thoughtful guidance.
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ISBN-10: 1439245894
ISBN-13: 978-1439245897
Author: Stephen M. Armstrong
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing

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