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Buried deep in our national psyche is something called The American Dream - the hope that each generation will do better than one before it. You know the longing. You have the dream. It's why you work so hard. But now that you're making money, attaining status and material success, like many people, you may be having second thoughts about what you really need for personal satisfaction. It's not about wanting more money. Not about seeking status and success. Rather, your questions involve narrowing your focus, determining what really defines success for you. In this close-up look at today's significant new realities, Matt Oechsli teaches you how to:


Determine what beliefs and values are most central in your own life.
Preserve your positive personality traits while breaking free from the clutches of the negative.
Tip the scales of your life in favor of your strengths.
Transform yourself into a high achiever
Use role models to bring positive changes to your existence.
Create and follow a master plan to gain control of your life.
Employ mission statements, support groups, and even dreams to assist in your personal transformation.

By shifting priorities and examining what is truly important, you create a more complete, more fulfilled life. Share in The New American Dream - personal satisfaction. It can be yours, and Matt Oechsli shows you how in this exciting new program.
©1993 Nightingale Conant for Matt Oechsli (P)1993 Nightingale Conant
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