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Growth is a fundamental human need. It is at the root of everything that gives us a feeling of accomplishment, satisfaction, meaning, and progress. Yet many people find their growth stalled at some point.

In The Laws of Lifetime Growth, Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura offer 10 simple laws that everyone can use to keep a fresh, innovative perspective on their lives and the world around them. These laws are the distillation of Sullivan's years of coaching successful people, paying attention to what motivates them and what unlocks their greatest abilities. Each chapter is devoted to exploring one of the 10 laws in detail, including stories of people from all walks of life who exemplify the law in action, common pitfalls that people often run into when trying to apply the law, and practical strategies for getting past those obstacles. This second edition includes new examples, a self-assessment to measure your progress, and access to an interactive online tool. Once you start to integrate these laws into your life, you'll never outgrow them, they'll never become obsolete, and they will continue to lead you to greater happiness and fulfillment.

©2016 Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura (P)2016 Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura

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  • Sofia Macias
  • 2016-12-27

Motivating

It is a quite Motivating book. The laws make you think a lot.
Maybe there are too many ordinary anecdotes And some of The exercises of The printed version are missing, but it is useful.

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  • D. Meade
  • 2019-05-23

sorry

sorry I got this
sorry I wasted time on it
sorry for those few who would find its concepts new or inspiring
sorry that the authors have made this a lucrative business

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  • jarpc
  • 2019-05-21

Rich with Wisdom

The Laws of Lifetime Growth succinctly defines the great gems in life's learning adventure and how to mine and utilize them for personal and business success. I intend to listen again and again, for it is rich with wisdom.

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  • Justin
  • 2019-02-27

March Madness

If your a fan of March Madness this audio book is for you 😁 seriously listen to this.

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  • donald peterson
  • 2019-01-22

Constant And Never Ending Improvement

Dan Sullivan has become a true mentor to me. This book is so powerful in that I really feel it gives a formula for powerful, forward moving, fulfilling, present moment THRIVING!!!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-05-18

Do not buy this book!

Obvious and weak. For example: He recommends continuous growth, purpose, etc. ... like everyone else. The only reason to buy this book is if you have not read a standard motivational book in 10 years ...

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  • David
  • 2017-12-07

Great information

This is the first book with Dan Sullivan that I’ve listen to. Definitely worth the time.