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Paul Hanna is a famed motivational speaker who practices what he preaches, a personal commitment to overcoming obstacles that is exemplified by a devastating accident Hanna suffered in 2002. Bouncing back from crippling spinal injuries, the Australian author never stopped believing in himself.

In The Mini Motivator, Hanna offers 42 minutes of dense lessons about how listeners can stay motivated and empowered from moment to moment. His robust delivery strengthens his sound bites on such subjects as self-esteem, relationships, money, attitude, and goals. Though the wisdom is wide-ranging, it is all driving toward the same purpose: to make people stop what they're doing for a second and quietly find inner clarification on where their lives are headed.

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Not sure where your life is going? Want to put a bit of zing in your day? Paul Hanna, author of the best-selling You Can Do It! has put together this collection of ideas to help you get motivated. Use this audio program when you need a little bit of advice to get you going, keep you on track, or just lift your normal day out of the ordinary. It's an inspiration!
©1997 Paul Hanna (P)2003 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

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  • E. N. Herbert
  • 02-10-06

Waste of time and money

This is just a rapid-fire litany of aphorisms. It offers no depth or time to consider and experience any, let alone all, of the admittedly valuable lessons.