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Author Publishes Forward-Thinking Book

Author David Kline has published a new book, Change a Letter, Change Your Life. The book gives readers the opportunity to learn about the law of attraction and how to use it to improve their lives. Encouraging readers to move beyond the phrase, I’ll believe it when I see it, Kline suggests readers take the initiative to formulate a new way of thinking by changing the w in when to a t, so that the resulting updated phrase becomes: I believe, then I see.

       “What a difference one letter can make,” notes Kline. “It can change everything from a negative and stagnant approach to life, to a positive and forward-thinking stance. But changing that one letter in your belief system may be one of the hardest things you ever have to do. It means giving up your old thought processes and early programming and moving fearlessly ahead into uncharted territory.”

The book is available for sale at Amazon.com. For more information, visit DaveNJasper.com.

 

 

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