Switch On and Breakthrough
Psychological coach, social enterpreneur, and the founder of Ripe & Ready, Nick Seneca Jankel is on today's show to talk about the empowering concepts behind his new book, "Switch On: How to Ignite Your Creative Spirit with the New Science of Breakthrough". We think you'll be poised for a few breakthroughs of your own as a result! The concepts, the discussion, and the science behind Nick's work is illuminating and empowering and today's show highlights that in meaningful ways.

If you are in a period of painfulness in your life and are poised for a breakdown, you really need to hear today's show. Regardless of whether you're in the cycle of breaking down or breaking through, the information we're covering today can absolutely help you and even make those cycles more of what you want and need them to be!

Listen in and for more information about Nick's work, visit him at www.NickJankel.com or www.RipeandReady.com.

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