SUCCESS PHILOSOPHIES WITH DR. CHUBACK EPISODE #6

Episode #6 of “Success Philosophies With Dr. Chuback” is now available. Click on the post for a link to the podcast! And check out previous episodes on the link provided! Enjoy!

Writers Unite!

Writers are human and humans require motivation. When we set a goal, the motivation to accomplish our desires is the force driving our actions. For many of us, finding the correct path to follow and maintaining that driving force can be difficult.

In our quest to assist writers in becoming the best you can be and remain motivated, we would like to introduce you toJohn Chuback, M.D.A cardiovascular surgeon,Dr. Chubackfound his goals waylaid by his lack of motivation. In a series of interviews withPaul W. Reeves, host onImpact Radio USA,Dr. Chubackdiscusses “The 50 most powerful secrets for success in and out of the classroom.”

Please click on the link below to hear Episode #6 in this series, and start enhancing your journey toward success today!

DR. JOHN CHUBACK, a cardiovascular surgeon from New Jersey, joins us in this series to…

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Cheryl Ann Guido: It’s Been a Hard Night’s Day and I’ve Been Workin’ in a Fog

From Cheryl Ann Guido: A couple of ‘ladies” begin to worry about the consequences of their actions! Enjoy and visit Cheryl on Facebook!

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It’s Been a Hard Night’s Day and I’ve Been Workin’ in a Fog

Cheryl Ann Guido

“Keep digging, Lana!”

Lana Love took a step back and leaned on her shovel. Exhausted, she drew the back of her hand across her sweaty forehead. A pristine beauty only hours earlier, her long blonde tresses now clung to the sides of her face and the short, glittery red dress she wore…

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