A New Year's Revolution
How do you go from absolutely the rock bottom you can get in your life to being on top of the world? Meet Mark Bowness! Mark is an entrepreneur, editor, and visionary behind "New Year's Revolution", a collaborative endeavor to help everyone transform their lives so they are living from their fullest potential (or 'God-tential' as Mark calls it).

To understand where Mark is today, we start at the beginning of a very dark period when his life wasn't working by way of illustrating and reminding us all that regardless of the challenges we face in our lives, there are so many things you can do to help you not only get to a better place but also live the life of your dreams! Mark has since developed a process called L.I.F.E. and today helps teach other about those principles so that they can transform their own lives.

It's an extraordinary story with so many lessons for all of us. You don't want to miss it!

And you also don't want to miss out on Mark's free e-book, his new collaborative community, webinars, and tools over at www.joinanewyearsrevolution.com. The new webinar launches on February 1, 2014.

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