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How to be the best version of youand live life with purpose and fulfillment.
â—Ź Find your inner super-hero and develop values that will guide you to success in work and life.
● Part workbook, part guidebook –an accesible and engaging self-help book.
â—Ź By authors with a wide range of experience helping individuals and companies to reach their full potential.

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Alan Williams is the Managing Director of Servicebrand Global, a consultancy that specialises in customer service. Steve Payne is an executive coach and founder of NLP Dynamics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steve Payne is an actor, coach, writer and speaker. Steven is also one of very few certified Master Trainers of NLP and the founder of NLP Dynamics and the Academy of Coaching and Training. Steve sits on the training and accreditation panel for the Association for NLP.

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