Maximize Your Minimums: A Workbook for Reaching Your Utmost Potential

Maximize Your Minimums is an engaging, inspirational, and beautifully written guide to fulfillment that will help you obtain your goals and reach your utmost potential.  Whether you desire to lose weight, make more money, finish school, improve your health and fitness level, grow your business, or improve your relationships, the easy-to-follow tenets and powerful, practical exercises found in this workbook will transform the way you perceive your life and provide the motivation necessary to get from where you are to where you want to be.

The authors – a surgeon, a nurse and a life coach – meld their rich expertise into an interactive guide that delivers results. Using personal experiences and step-by-step discovery processes, they help you build self-confidence, heighten self-awareness and take empowered action. One of the co-authors, Dr. Scott Spann, is a spine surgeon who suffered a cycling accident that rendered him a quadriplegic, from which he has since fully recovered.  In this workbook, Dr. Spann uses his accident and astounding recovery as the inspiration to motivate readers to dig deep, realize their full potential and live the life of their dreams.

Scott Spann MD, Joanna Cain BSN RN and Tracy Carreon synthesize decades of personal and professional experience to offer the groundbreaking process found in Maximize Your Minimums. Their goal is to help you manifest yours!

For more information and to order the e-book or paperback version go to: www.maximizeyourminimums.com

 

 

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