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Achieving Your Dreams in a Crazy World

Murray W. Nabors Ph.D.

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These are hard times. And the worst may be yet to come. We stay awake at night worrying about our jobs, our health, relationships, kids out of control, inflation, climate change, and rogue asteroids — to name but a few! “Achieving Your Dreams in a Crazy World” is here to help solve problems and realize dreams. It’s about restoring hope and moving ahead — immediately and successfully. We’ll get you out of bed in the morning feeling optimistic, happy, and ready to take on this crazy world and to achieve what you need and desire!

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If we are to achieve our goals and realize our dreams, belief is essential. In the New Testament, Jesus repeatedly says that we can move mountains if we simply (1) ask and (2) have faith in the outcome we desire. According to the Law of Attraction, we achieve what we believe. The vibrations we send out activate similar vibes in … Read more about this episode...

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Achieving Your Dreams in a Crazy World with Murray W. Nabors Ph.D

Murray W. Nabors, Ph.D. is a Professor of Biology with a research background in genetic engineering and strong interests in personal growth and in history of the Old West. He is Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of Biology at Missouri Western State University. He grew up in Oklahoma and is a graduate of Yale University and Michigan State University. Now, he lives with his family on a small farm near Saint Joseph, Missouri with numerous dairy goats, horses, cats, dogs, turkeys, chickens, and a cow.
His publishing credits include a book on personal development in hard times, (http://www.MagicalDozen.com), a college Botany text book, a book of romantic western Christmas stories (see http://www.ChristmasWest.com), as well as three novels about the Oregon trail (see http://www.MurrayNabors.com, or http://www.amazon.com. He can be reached through his blog on any of the personal web sites above or at mwnabors@gmail.com.


 

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