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Invest in New Year’s Resolutions that Stick.

HOW TO Transform Your New Years Resolutions from Dreams to Reality!

It has been proven time and and time again that those who write down dreams see them come to pass. Have you ever taken the time to create a dream board or a vision board?  Bringing your dreams from thoughts to pen and paper attracts their entry into physical reality.

The Dreams to Reality Action Plan is a three-part curriculum that teaches how to write your story to become author of your dreams, literally! Much like a vision board, using the power of the pen and The Law of Attraction (popularized in “The Secret”); we take you from dream board to Dream Plan Book,  authored and published by YOU!

What the Bleep Do We Know? is a recent documentary is the basis for understanding the underlying science of creating your own published dream plan book and how the Author Your Dreams ACTION PLAN can attract your dreams to reality.

HOW TO WIN a Dreams to Reality Course

How can you win a Dreams to Reality Course with the Author ($497 course) in January 2010. Here’s the scoop: Dreams to Reality Part 1 Curriculum just came out on and has ZERO reviews. Simply write a GREAT review for at, and send the review to [email protected] with your contact information!

Its that Easy…Win a $497 7-week Dreams to Reality Teleconference course with the Author, simply by writing THE BEST REVIEW. Independent judges will make the final decision, but writing style, content, spelling, enthusiasm, excitement, articulation, and detail will win the day. So go ahead…write that review! Start the New Year right by Living Your Dreams!

Just go to AMAZON and write that review, and then e-mail a copy of your review and contact information to [email protected] the Deadline is January 31, 2010, so get writing, and make those New Year’s Resolutions come alive in 2010.

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