In Never in Your Wildest Dreams, Natalie Ledwell takes you on the journey of Katherine Murray, who moves from extreme debt, depression, and despair to superstar award-winning screenwriter status in record time. Ledwell’s book reveals the exact steps, inspired by her own quest for success, to achieving any goal you set or have never even dreamed of yet.
This unique Interactive System not only tells a captivating, awe-inspiring story, but also provides everything readers need to transform their own dreams into reality. Included in the book is a backstage pass to each chapter with videos from Ledwell herself.
Between the spellbinding story, the life-altering secrets to success, and the immediate impact it will have on their lives, listeners will quickly find themselves inspired by Ledwell’s words as they turn to this book as a life resource again and again.
From a life of money problems, relationship struggles, and the desperate yearning for happiness that anyone can relate to, Ledwell tells the story of one woman’s path to success. There is no luck involved. It doesn’t have to happen to just a few. Astonishing success can happen to anyone if they just follow these secrets and insights.
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- Raquel Scheid
I was hoping this was a more in depth step by step book about how to use the law of attraction, however was disappointed to find that it was a very short and not very intelligently written hypothetical story of what could happen if the law of attraction worked. I listened to the story first then looked into it and was annoyed to find the character is fictional, had the story been about a real person it would make the book of some worth to myself however it wasn't. I've been doing alot of personal success and development research and have been loving Brian Tracy whos principles are much more down to earth and make more sense logically, he also explains the methods in depth and in a way that's understandable.
probably something else written by Brian Tracy.
Her accent made listening a little annoying at times.
It was good for easy listening... the context is very simple for listening to while doing other things.
i wish i hadn't wasted one of my credits on this.. it wasn't the worst thing I've ever listened to but it certainly isn't something I'd recommend or ever listen to again.