New Free eBook: How to Start a Fire

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How to Start a Fire: Find what you are passionate about and focus the flame

I’m happy to announce the release of a new free eBook called “How To Start a Fire: Find what you are passionate about and focus the flame.” (Download: How To Start a Fire pdf) This short guide is full of the very best tools I have found to discover what you are passionate about and focus the flame for a purpose that is meaningful to you. While I have not discovered a magic formula, there are helpful ways to look for clues. We shine when we connect with this powerful renewable energy source! The eBook is a condensed version of what you can explore in my course “On Purpose” at Udemy.com.

This free eBook accompanies the launch of Whole Life Fitness, a way to develop strengths in all dimensions through personal development. Please help make the world a brighter place: explore and share the information in “How To Start a Fire.”

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7 comments on “New Free eBook: How to Start a Fire
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