Cultivate Life! Magazine #59

Cultivate Life!

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Peter Shepherd produces an audio version of the Cultivate Life! Magazine, featuring selected articles. First off, Beca Lewis illustrates how if we focus strictly, move quickly, and ignore anything that doesn't match what we are looking for - as some suggest is the route to success - we can end up, literally, missing out on our lives. Then Joyce Shafer has another take on focus; she suggests a new mantra: 'I will not should on myself today.' Finally this week, Philip Humbert describes a few of the key traits and skills of highly successful people.

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