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CoachD

Elyze,

I opened Faith in the Valley by Iyanla Vanzant this morning and found this note: "At the sound of the tone leave your name and need; God and Goodness will make sure you get exactly what you ask for".

Soon after, I read your email and listened to James Ray's audio, which came as the answer to my need. What an inspiration! I realized the missing link from his Three-for-three concept - thoughts, feelings, actions. I am now more inspired to focus on my actions.

Thanks to you and James for 43 minutes of practical advice.

Daisy

Aaron

Elyse,

Thanks for posting this! James never ceases to inspire, and I'm certain that anyone who takes the time to listen to this recording will be glad that they did!

-- Aaron

Barbara

I would love to know what "three-for-three" means. I can make some guesses, but would like to know for sure from anyone who knows.
Thanks.
Warmly,
Barbara

Maya

I learned of the "tipping point", also known as the "100th monkey", in my college anthropology class over 30 years ago. Scientists have discovered that a skill learned by one monkey, then passed on to a significant number of other monkeys (I think 100 is just a way of indicating a mass of monkeys), is somehow acquired by ALL monkeys, GLOBALLY. If monkeys can do it, surely humans can too!

Kitty B

FAAAAABULOUS Interview, thanks MILLIONS* Now, if I coiuld only sove that last of the three for three - ACTION!! I am sure that is on the horizon along with this wonderful course*
woooohhhhoooo
KittyB

Betsy

Amazing interview. You are a gift and blessing to us all Elyse!

Ruth

What an awesome interview! I'm still trying to catch my breath here. Thank you so much Elyse!

Crystal

Barbara,

"3 for 3" refers to thought, emotion, and action.

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