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Larry Iverson

Dr. Larry Iverson has educated, motivated, and entertained audiences for nearly thirty years. A top-ten bestselling author on iTunes, he has worked with over one million people—everyone from Olympic athletes to Fortune 500 companies—delivering persuasive communication strategies and leadership tactics you can apply right now.
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  • In My Girls I Trust How can three women living three totally different lifestyles have so much in common? Alexis is a single mother of two, with an abusive baby daddy her girls keep pressing her to leave. Between her difficult man and her girls’ constant nagging, Alexis is forced to live a double life. Watch as she ... Read Book
  • Connected A colleague’s husband’s sister can make a person fat, even if they don’t know her. A happy neighbor has more impact on happiness than a happy spouse. These startling revelations of how much people truly influence each other are revealed in the studies of Drs. Christakis and Fowler, which have ... Read Book

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