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The Science of Making Things Happen
- Turn Any Possibility into Reality
- Narrated by: Sandy Weaver Carman
- Length: 8 hrs and 27 mins
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Entrepreneur, speaker, and consultant Kim Romaner has spent years researching the latest advances in science and technology and then working with colleagues and clients to apply those discoveries in practical - and profitable - ways. In this audiobook, she reveals five principles from recent and little known scientific discoveries that you can use right now to accomplish your dreams, whether those dreams are focused on career, relationships, fitness, creative projects, or business endeavors. You'll learn how to wield the power of quantum, neurological, and biological mechanisms already in play to change your life as if by magic. The big lesson of this audiobook is that the universe is designed to turn the possibilities you choose into realities, and Kim guides you through the cutting-edge science of amplifying those possibilities and achieving your goals.
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- Ciocianu Ciprian
Not the best book to make you act.
It seems that the point of the book is to make lists upon lists of what you want and to make you believe that writing those lists will somehow make the universe work in your favor. It is based on a "visualization" technique. Basically, the point of the book is: Visualise it and it will happen
It doesn't do much of teaching you some pragmatic behaviors that you can explore in order to better your life.
It is a good start for people who are at the beginning of their personal development journey.
Science meets manifestation
Very good information. It is nice to see them together.
I will read again and look for more books from Kim Romaner.