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VIDEO: BookTrib Interview with Derek Rydall, Author of ‘The Abundance Project’

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Are you searching for way to live the best life you possibly can?  Do you want to draw more happiness into your life?  Do you feel unfulfilled? These are just a few of the questions screenwriter, actor and author Derek Rydall answers in an exclusive interview with BookTrib. Rydall’s new book, The Abundance Project: 40 Days to More Wealth, Health, Love, and Happiness focuses on learning self-love, finding within ourselves, and how you can change your entire perspective on life in just 40 days. Here, he shares some of his own personal struggles and triumphs on the way to finding a life full of abundance.  The Abundance Project is now available for purchase. For more information on the author, visit his website…

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Live Life Abundantly: Author Derek Rydall in Studio with Born To Talk Radio on LA Talk Radio

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Author of The Abundance Project, Derek Rydall, recently sat with in-studio interview with Marsha Weitecha, host of Born To Talk Radio on LA Talk Radio to chat about his books and each and every one of us can live our best and most abundant life possible.   The Abundance Project is available now. Read a Preview of this and other books by Derek Rydall below: For more information about Derek Rydall, visit his website at https://derekrydall.com.   ABOUT THE AUTHOR Part of the new generation of spiritual visionaries and thought leaders, Derek Rydall is the author of the #1 Amazon/Barnes & Noble best-seller Emergence: Seven Steps for Radical Life Change and the world’s #1 expert on the revolutionary Law of Emergence. He has trained top…

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‘Fall In Love With You’: The Guaranteed Path to More Love & Happiness

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You were made to experience unconditional love and happiness without limits, not to suffer, struggle, and strive – and you are designed to be able to manifest this ideal life regardless of the things you’ve been through or the conditions you face. We’ve been conditioned to believe in an outside-in model of life that says we are intrinsically lacking and have to attract, achieve, or fill ourselves up with something more in order to be enough. This has led us to develop all manner of coping and controlling mechanisms to get what we think we don’t have (and won’t survive without), or hold on to what we’re afraid someone else might take away. The problem with this is two-fold: 1)…

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