Dan Desmarques

66 Days to Change Your Life

The main idea for the production of this book appeared after realizing how the beliefs of others were constantly making me lose money and delaying my life in what regards reaching my goals, even leading me to fail in businesses I had just started.

The awareness to this fact was extremely frustrating but also difficult to control for a multitude of reasons, namely, because we can't always detect who such people are, and also because, even when doing so, we may not be able to remove them from our life.

The only way to solve this problem effectively consists in the creation of a system that can rearrange the different patterns of our existence at once and through the focus in one area only, preferably of a material nature, as it is the case with money.

The content presented here comes from the premise that, if our thoughts interfere with our fate, the thoughts of others, operating by default, can have a greater influence over such fate.

Have you ever noticed how happy some people are when you fail as if they were already expecting it? Or how sympathetic some individuals appear to be when you are poor? They are the same ones resenting your happiness and abundance when you later in life become successful and then claiming the most absurd things to prove that you are unworthy of what you get, and this, while finding excuses to remove themselves from your reality.

This social paradigm is so obvious, that another, contradicting this common behavior, had to be present too. I found it and later decided to create a system to help me apply it. After seeing immediate results manifesting in my own life, even as I was creating this book — due to the fact that I was reading the exercises in my mind while preparing the content — I concluded that the application of this system would be very useful for the many readers that I have spread all over the globe.
97 printed pages
Original publication
22 Lions



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