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Jack Canfield on Self Esteem

Circle of Wisdom

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Jack Canfield on Self Esteem

Jack Canfield is a highly successful motivational speaker, seminar leader, corporate trainer, and entrepreneur, best known for his Chicken Soup For The Soul books. In this excerpt from his interview for the Circle of Wisdom Living Library series, Jack explains that, “Self esteem is an inside job.”

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  • Zack Lieberman .June 20, 2016.Reply

    Jack Canfield is a legend! “Give yourself time…” A great little inspiration.

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