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You owe you, ignite your power, your purpose, and your why, Eric Thomas, PhD ; [foreword by Chris Paul]

You owe you, ignite your power, your purpose, and your why, Eric Thomas, PhD ; [foreword by Chris Paul]
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non fiction
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You owe you
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Eric Thomas, PhD ; [foreword by Chris Paul]
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ignite your power, your purpose, and your why
If you feel like success is for others, that only certain people get to have their dreams fulfilled, Eric Thomas's You Owe You is your wake-up call. His urgent message to stop waiting for inspiration to strike and take control of your life is one he wishes someone had given him when he was a teenager -- lost, homeless, failing in school, and dealing with the challenges of being a young Black man in America. Once he was able to break free from thinking of himself as a victim and truly understand his strengths, he switched the script. And now, with this book, Thomas reveals how you, too, can rewrite your life's script. With support, he recognized that his unique gift is being able to capture the attention of all kinds of people in all kinds of settings -- boardrooms, locker rooms, churches, classrooms, even the streets -- thanks to his wealth of experiences and command of language. Today, Thomas considers himself blessed to speak to an audience that is as large as it is diverse, from the rich and famous to kids struggling in school to young men in prison hoping for a new start. Thomas's secrets of success have already helped hundreds of thousands on their journey, but this is his first guide to show you how to start today, right now. These critical first steps include deeply understanding yourself and the world around you, finding your why, accepting that you may have to give up something good for something great, and constantly stretching toward your potential. No matter where you are on your journey toward greatness, you owe it to yourself to become fully, authentically you. And Eric Thomas's You Owe You can help get you there
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