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Who's in Your Room? Revised and Updated by Stewart Emery, Ivan Misner and Doug Hardy
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Jan 24, 2023 | ISBN 9781523002122

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“Once in a long while a book comes along that combines science, stories, metaphor, and personal experience in a complete template for personal development. Who’s in Your Room? masterfully joins these elements in a program that takes a few hours to learn and gives you total access to living your life in the miracle zone.”
—Marci Shimoff, international bestselling author of Happy for No Reason and Love for No Reason
 
“Over and over, with each day and each choice, I ask myself, ‘What do you want to do with the breaths you have left?’ Who’s in Your Room? is a complete program for aligning all the relationships in your life as you answer that question each day on the adventure that is your magnificent (and sometimes messy) life.”
—Geneen Roth, author of multiple New York Times bestsellers including Women Food and God and This Messy Magnificent Life
 
“Most people live in what I call the lie of scarcity. Who’s in Your Room? helps lead people out of that lie and into a new mindset. Stories, tools, and exercises throughout the book carry the reader through an energetic and positive journey, recreating the relationships that define their daily reality and building a mindset of sufficiency and happiness.”
—Lynn Twist, author of the bestselling The Soul of Money
 
“Most people have minds full of inner players that act like a dysfunctional high school sports team—blaming, cheering, self-pitying, stressing out. Who’s in Your Room? shows you how to organize those players into a cohesive and positive team that sets aside all the distractions and helps you win your own game: the game of life, with love as the prize.”
—Barnet Bain, Producer of the Academy Award–winning What Dreams May Come

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