Dec 22
Quantum Leaps: Transforming Lives of Quiet Desperation
We've all heard of people who are living lives of quiet desperation, and most of us have even at least had moments like that within the depth of our life experiences. But what if you found yourself living life that way and it propelled you forward to completely change your life and dedicate yourself to making sure there were tools in place to ensure that others no longer had to live that way at all?

That's exactly what happened in the real life of today's guest, Dr. Sherry Buffington. She's since gone on to become the founder of Quantum Leap University and develop tools like the highly acclaimed CORE Multidimensional Awareness Profiles, the Rapid Accelerated Mind Patterning (RAMP), and the Success-GPS.

Why do some people succeed while others fail, and still more fall somewhere in between? However you define success for yourself, wouldn't you like to be able to make a quantum leap forward? Listen in today and find out how!

For more information on Sherry's work and the tools that can help you begin to make your own quantum leaps, please visit www.QuantumLeapUniversity.org or www.QuantumLeap3.com.

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