Il est essentiel que vous preniez conscience qu’il y’a plusieurs ennemis de votre ikigaï à démasquer et à comprendre.

Le fait de nommer et d’écrire sur ses peurs peut être transformationnel.

Revoir les ennemis de votre ikigaï: téléchargez le Guide PDF

Remplissez simplement le formulaire ci-dessous. Et recevez en plus périodiquement de l’actualité inspirante.


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