Stop ‘bitching’ to reap success in 2017, says self-help guru
Jack Canfield is famous for his positive mental attitude approach to success
To succeed in 2017, Irish people need to stop bitching and moaning and spending unnecessary money on beer and expensive coffees.
That’s the message from Jack Canfield, self-help guru and author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books, which has sold nearly 600 million copies worldwide and made him hundreds of millions of dollars.
According to Canfield, despite people’s personal circumstances and the swathe of external crises like Brexit, the election of...
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