Soul Exercise

Siegel, Bemie S.
January 2006
Personal Excellence Essentials;Jan2006, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p7
Presents seven exercises that can help a person in her of his quest for personal development. Explanation that having something meaningful help a person think and act in a positive way; Suggestion that people should learn from losses; Humor is good for life; Finding inspiration and meaning in life has significant impact on one's outlook; Health can be visualized by person.


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