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Cancer: My Unseen Gift: Unwrap a New Mindset | Paperback

by Danny Torres (Author), AJ Mihrzad (Foreword)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Page Count:  88 Pages
Publication Date:  February 11, 2018
Sales Rank:  545151st



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"CANCER: MY UNSEEN GIFT" is a powerful true story and guide to help others change their mindset and never give up in any aspect of life, from health to wealth and beyond. I believe you can hack your cells to live a better, longer, healthier life. You can change your mindset at any given time once you challenge your belief system. When I was told I had only a couple of years left to live at age twenty-four, life stopped for a moment. I was suddenly staring death in its face and had so much more to give with my life. I decided to fight and win. This book is my story. It will help you with limiting beliefs. Once you change your mindset, you change your outlook on health and wealth. Start with appreciating life on a daily basis and never give up the fight.

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