Everyone Has an IT by Vicki Baird
A Guide to Help You Accept, Accentuate, and Appreciate Yours

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Working with amazing people for the past thirteen years led me to recognize what seemed to be consistent themes in people’s lives. With each consultation it became clearer that each person wasn’t aware of his or her own special wiring. All of them were more tied into what wasn’t working rather than what was and more willing to acknowledge their seemingly shortcomings rather than their skills. While I could acknowledge what was amazing in them, they weren’t quite there yet. What grew from this experience was knowledge that I could offer a to-go package that would help while on their journey, perhaps holding the energy of their greatness until they were ready to see it. This is that to-go package—a combination of humor, practical advice, and respect for energy that can guide anyone to self-acceptance, empowerment, and the manifestation of the absolute joy life can offer. Learn how to combine all of these elements and live the life you want and know you are meant to have.

About Vicki Baird

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VICKI BAIRD is an intuitive medium, life coach, and co-owner of V Baird Connections; a metaphysical center in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. She has created a business providing readings, personal and business coaching, and workshops for people all over the world. Her practice consists of private sessions as well as classes to develop ones intuition and ability to enjoy life. She currently lives in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, where she and her husband run a center that includes a metaphysical store, photo studio, class space, and the best customers in the world. They are the parents of three children who have graciously grown and moved out so their parents can begin this next chapter of their lives. The cat won’t leave, so she may have to go along for the journey.
Published March 22, 2012 by Balboa Press. 111 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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