Books have a lot of potential power in them, but they are not the only sense of power - you are the rest.
Please join Emerge Book Circle founder, Theresa Destrebecq, as she walks us through why books on their own won't transform ANYTHING, but how YOU, when you get into action, can transform knowledge into power, and truly change your trajectory.
Theresa will share with you 8 strategies to help you get the very best out of your reading, and any other personal growth opportunities that you encounter.
Theresa would also like to invite 4 of the participants to share a story and book that changed their trajectory. If you are interested in being one of those 4 participants, please email Theresa at email@example.com.
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