Hal Elrod, keynote speaker and author of the bestselling book The Miracle Morning, shares his "miracle equation," the secret to unlocking happiness, success, and your full potential.
You Are Only Two Decisions Away from Everything You Want
If you are a regular in the personal development world, you might have heard that anything is possible. Yet "possible" isn't enough to get you out of bed in the morning fueled with the internal clarity and drive to tackle your biggest dreams. After the success of his book, The Miracle Morning, Hal Elrod realized that more was needed. That there was a timeless, proven formula which the world's most successful people have used for centuries, but it has been overlooked. He used it to become one of the top salespeople in the history of his former company and thrive against seemingly insurmountable odds, from overcoming life-threatening health challenges to near financial collapse. The Miracle Equation is that formula, and it consists of only two decisions that guarantee astonishing levels of success and fulfillment: Unwavering Faith and Extraordinary Effort.
By establishing and maintaining unwavering faith that you can achieve anything you desire, and then putting forth extraordinary effort until you do, your success is inevitable. Using the same strategy as the world's top achievers, you'll create results beyond what you believe to be possible. You'll learn how to replace fear with faith and let go of your negative emotions, accessing your full potential and channeling your energy into attaining positive outcomes. With the Miracle Equation 30-Day Challenge to guide your way, you'll create a step-by-step plan to actualize your miracles and become the person you need to be in order to succeed.
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