A new edition of SECRETS OF ABUNDANT WEALTH: A MODERN PARABLE OF WISDOM AND WEALTH THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE, previously published in 1996. The message contained in this spirital tale of Chinese wisdom is that luck has nothing to do with getting rich; only you have the power to improve your financial circumstances.
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Adam Jackson is an internationally renowned therapist, motivational speaker, entrepreneur and author. His books include 'The Secrets of Abundant Health, Wealth, Love & Happiness' series and The Flipside. Adam's books have been published worldwide and translated into 34 languages. Adam was born in 1962 in Sussex, England. He graduated with a degree in Law from the University of Southampton in 1983. He went on to qualify as a Solicitor and practise Law in the London. However, after three years, Adam decided to leave the Law and re-trained in Natural Health Sciences. In 1995 Adam became a monthly columnist for the Nursing Times and Health Guardian, reporting on the latest developments and research relating to alternative therapies & complementary medicines. In 2001 he was invited to appear on behalf of the British Complementary Medical Association before the House of Lords Select Committee to give evidence on the role of Alternative & Complementary Therapies in primary healthcare in the UK. Adam has appeared on national television in the UK (including Good Morning GMTV, The Big Breakfast Channel 4, and BBC1 Kilroy Silk) and North America (including CBC, ‘The Health Show’ & The Dini Petty Show). He has also been featured in the national press in the UK including Sunday Express, TODAY, as well as GQ and Here’s Health magazines. Adam can be contacted via his web site: www.adamjjackson.com
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Descripción Thorsons, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110722536909
Descripción Thorsons, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0722536909