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Personal development for smart people :

the conscious pursuit of personal growth.

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Material Type:Book
Collection:Adult Nonfiction Books
Call Number:158 Pav
Title:Personal development for smart people :
Remainder of title:the conscious pursuit of personal growth.
Personal name:Pavlina, Steve.
Statement of responsibility:Steve Pavlina.
Coordinated Info:Year: 2008 / ISBN: 1401922757 / 256 pages
Value: $24.95 / Hardback
Reference and Record Number: 162
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Additional Bibliographic Information:
Subject:Self-actualization (Psychology)
Subject:Maturation (Psychology)
Subject:Personal development
Subject:Self help
ISBN:9781401922764 (tradepaper : alk. paper)
Classification number:BF637.S4
Item number:P385 2008
Edition number:22
Classification number:158
Dates associated with a name:1971-
Edition statement:1st ed.
Place of publication:Carlsbad, Calif. :
Name of publisher:Hay House,
Date of publication:2008
Projected publication date:0810
Extent:256 pages
Formatted contents note:Truth -- Love -- Power -- Oneness -- Authority -- Courage -- Intelligence -- Habits -- Career -- Money -- Health -- Relationships -- Spirituality.
Purchase price:24.95 / Hardback
:2 shelf copies
:policy default
:sd05 2008-05-29 to Dewey
:sd05 2008-05-29 to SL;
:Jill Kramer; phone: 760-918-1112; fax: 760-929-1448; email: jkramer@hayhouse.com; bc: jkramer@hayhouse.com

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