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Unlimited You: Overcoming Obstacles In Life Paperback – August 13, 2014
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About the Author
Scott and Debra live in the Littleton, Colorado area. Scott has previously written several other books including, “Breaking They Cycle of Defeat” and “Empowered, Living Beyond Your Limitations”. Together they are the founders of Grace Empowered Living and hold Unlimited You workshops. Scott and Debra work with and assist people where it concerns moving past the obstacles, frustrations and fears to a more purpose driven life. Visit http://GraceEmpoweredLiving.com to find out more.
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Sometimes life can get us down and many times we let it keep us down for too long. It may feel like all the effort is for nothing and yet we see that the people we hear about, the success stories are always people who came from great adversity. Were they really different? Or did they simply understand that failures should not be allowed to stop us, but rather we must keep moving, keep trusting, keep believing. We can do it if we don't stop.
I found this book to be practical, and encouraging and was a great reminder of the importance of keeping inertia working in my life by always making some sort of forward motion.