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In addition to serving more than 60 clients and facilitating dozens of workshops that influenced thousands of people in his first two years as a Business, Life & Career Coach, Russ Terry is Founder, Executive Producer and Host of the Life Coach TV & Radio Networks. He’s also written his first book -- My Gratitude Journal: 365 days of the people & things I’m grateful for and the lessons you can learn from them.
Prior to this journey, Russ Terry was a long-time Human Resources professional who loved helping people so much that he made it his full-time job. As a Coach, he works with clients to get them to figure out and go for whatever their dream is AND to live a robust, healthy, financially stable and well-balanced life. Russ has

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Our Gratitude Mission by Russ Terry
"Despite the fact that I consider one of the chapter authors a friend and may be biased, this book reminds each of us to be mindful of our gratitude in all circumstances. Great book written by vastly different, yet all inspiring, people!"
Our Gratitude Mission by Russ Terry
"When a book presents 15 chapters, each by a different author, each sharing their own experience of a year's worth of daily expressions of gratitude, you access what they each found worth of gratitude in their lives. Who knows which or how many wil..." Read more of this review »
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