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Everyone Could Benefit From Dr. Clint Pearman's New Book, "The Gift: Twelve Ingredients To Improve Your Life."
Date:1/27/2010

We have just come out of the gift giving season, and there is nothing more amazing than watching your loved ones unwrap the special gift that you spent hours choosing for them. Dr. Clint Pearman is a father who loved his daughter so much that he created a unique gift for her to enhance and change her life. It started out as a letter to help her get her life on track, and 30 days later it grew into a 275 page book.

(PRWEB) January 27, 2010 -- What if someone gave you a Gift that could make your life better? Or what if you could give someone else a Gift that would make their life better? "The Gift: Twelve Ingredients To Improve Your Life," the newly released self-improvement book by Clint Pearman, Ph.D., is now available to the general public to help us reach the best gift of all – the potential for better lives.

Most people are living two-to-five times below their God-given talent, potential and desire. Most of them are hoping, wishing and even praying that someone or something will come along and deliver a solution to solve their problems and overcome their challenges. "The Gift" is not merely a vehicle for hope like a lottery ticket. It is a down to earth compilation of fundamentals used by the world’s most successful people in order to achieve extraordinary things.

Most people were never taught the fundamentals of a successful life while growing up and many have been unable to pick up on these fundamentals as adults. This lack of information is at the root of why so many people underachieve and fail to live up to their potential. As a section of the book points out, “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.” In “The Gift”, Dr. Clint teaches any ‘ready’ student how to get what they
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