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Sustainable Spaceholder's Guide to Exceptional Leadership

Updated: Mar 14

Volume I: Life Force Development Specialist

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Target Audience

CEOs, Middle Managers, Supervisors, Leads, Parents, Coaches (Life, Health, Fitness etc.) Counselors, Doctors, Nurses, Wellness Practitioners, Massage Therapist, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, Craniosacral Therapists, Reiki and Energywork Practitioners, Seers, Psychics, Visionaries, Social Workers, Mental Health Professionals, Psychiatrists, Group Facilitators, Firms, Collectives, COADs, Coops, Boards, Alliances, Consortiums, Trainers, Workforce and Economic Development Professionals, municipalities, government leaders (local, state, tribal and federal), Artists (healing, performance, musicians), Authors, Teachers, Professors, Influencers (social, entertainment), Activists, Rebels with causes, advocates, program leaders for vulnerable populations (children, environment, justice, animals, and such), environmental justice

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