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Riassunto: Dr. Phil is the host of America's #1 daytime talk show.
In this calendar, as in his best-selling book that it's based on, Dr. Phil gives you a well thought-out, passion-fueled strategy for claiming what you deserve and claiming it now. Most importantly, he provides key insights to help you personally define success, spot who and what might be standing in its way, and utilize the skills that will enable you to ultimately win in the real world.
L'autore: "Dr. Phil" (Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D.) is the host of America?s number-one daytime talk show and is perhaps the most well-known expert in the field of psychology and human functioning in the world today. In his 16th year on television and his 11th year of the Dr. Phil show, he has devoted his international platform to delivering common sense information to individuals and families seeking to improve their lives. Passionately pursuing such topics as family functioning, domestic violence, anti-bullying, addiction and the myths of mental illness, he works tirelessly both on and off the air. Dr. Phil has carried his message from the senate chambers of Washington, D.C. to the suburbs and inner cities across America. He and Robin, his wife of 38 years and counting, along with their "wonder dog," Maggie, reside in Southern California, as do his two sons, Jordan and Jay, along with daughter-in-law, Erica, and two grandchildren, Avery Elizabeth and London Phillip.
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