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Life Cycles - Relationships

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New book Life Cycles - Relationships, by psychologist Neil Killion, shows how success in both romance and careers is tied to a 12 year cycle.

Summary/Description - Neil Killion is the pioneer and author of a brand new theory of life in 12 year cycles using only biographical data and NOT related to the occult. World famous love stories, families, friendships and business rel
Paperback, 187 pages
Published May 1st 2018 by Life Cycles Publications
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Jun 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Neil Killion’s fascinating book presents an entirely new way of looking at relationships. A unique and scientifically-based theory of compatibility, you’ll read about how the Life Cycles Theory of Confluence works. The biographical stories of famous people and historical figures peppered throughout the book as examples are compelling. They provide strong evidence that all types of relationships: romantic couples, families, friends and enemies, follow a system of overlapping cycles. It’s very int ...more
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Aug 13, 2018
Neil Killion is a psychologist who spent the majority of his career in a commercial environment as a management consultant. He founded the Australian office of a leading UK Outplacement and Career Advisory firm on a franchise basis in 1988. This became one of only a handful of recognised specialst outplacement companies, working for a wide variety of high-profile organisations.
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