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Craft Your Calling: A 30-day Warm Up Before Your Training Begins


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October 20, 2021

Book Details

The problem in the personal development and self-improvement market for the target reader is that every book merely tells you what you need to do to be a better version of yourself. Every author presents their list of things needed to grow and find meaning in life. Their end goal is to educate the target reader without regard for actual learning and growth.
In Craft Your Calling, Marc Casciani gives you a 30-day warm-up to prepare for a journey to craft your calling. A calling is a worthy occupation where one derives meaning. It requires hunger and passion. It leverages the one true gift we have. We're all here for a reason. We're all here to do something great. But it's not through our job. It's through our calling. The Bible says in Ephesians 4:1 that we are to "live up to the life which God called you."
Marc Casciani as a professional coach has completed the journey upon which you the reader want to embark. He has crafted his calling, and his story uniquely qualifies him to be your coach in this endeavor. This book is not for everyone, but if you commit, then you won't have to walk your journey alone.

Author Description

Marc Casciani is the founder of MindWolves where he has the opportunity to train professionals to craft their calling. He is part alpha wolf and part caring shepherd. Alpha wolves lead and defend their pack. Caring shepherds correct and heal their flock. The net effect is a courageous and compassionate helper that will help shape you to live up to the life which God called you.

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