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Author Releases Three Step System to Achieving Success in Less Than an Hour a Day
The Hour of Power System is really simple. It includes three 20 minute sessions each day where the person exercises, reads positive material and meditates. Combining these three techniques allows the person to not only get in shape effortlessly and feel better, but it also allows the person to change the way he/she thinks and feels about life. Focusing on positive material allows the person to learn to think positively and attract what he/she wants in life.
"One of the things I learned from developing this system is that developing the right habits can make it very easy to stick to our plans," Jarrett said. "The Army taught me that repetition can really help you become a master of your skills. This includes skills about the way we think and feel too. We really do choose how we think and feel, and we can choose to think and feel good."
Right now Jarrett is giving away her system for free. Subscribers may download it from her site or through Amazon and other digitial book sites like iTunes. Her hope is that by releasing this book, she can help others achieve their dreams too.
For additional information please contact: Jinger Jarrett by phone (704-937-1460)
"I believe in what Zig Ziglar once said: 'You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want.' I believe we attract to ourselves those things we do, and I like helping others. I like to make those around me happy. I know I can't really make them happy. I can show them how to be happy and give them a reason. That really makes me feel good because I feel I am bringing happiness into the lives of others," she said.
Jinger Jarrett is a full time freelance writer, author and internet marketer. She teaches small businesses how to get started online and then market their businesses for free. Her books are available on Amazon.
She is now branching out into the personal development movement. Having served as a U.S. Army soldier, she believes that what she learned can help others to achieve change in their lives and live the lives they want.