Forgive to Win!
BY WALTER E. JACOBSON, MD
Create the life you want!
This USA Best Book Award Finalist teaches people that through acceptance, forgiveness, love, and being of service to others we eliminate self-sabotage and mobilize our subconscious mind to attract positive, synergistic people and circumstances for our self-fulfillment.
“No matter your beliefs or self-help skills, this book is for you! You will enjoy this easy yet profound read that can change your life!”
- Anne Merkel, Ph.D. – Energy Therapist, EFT Coach
“I have done healing work for years and have found Forgive to Win! holds the key to unlimited success and an abundant life. I highly recommend it.”
- Ken D. Foster, Founder, Premier Coaching
“Forgive to Win! is a powerful book that will transform you and those around you.Thanks to Dr. Jacobson for giving the world the cure for self-sabotage and the key to attracting lasting success.”
- Ron Stebelton, Eagle Leadership Consulting
Read about “The Forgiveness Diet” in Forgive To Win >>
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