The Fundamentals of Forgiveness with Taylor Tagg

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Sun Jan 3 at 05:30 pm EST
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English
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What does it take to forgive another person and permanently be free from the past? Join Forgiveness Coach Taylor Tagg as he walks you through the Eight Steps of Forgiveness and breaks down what you need physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually to break the chains of resentment and claim the freedom that is rightfully yours.

Taylor also shares his #1 tip for more peace in your life. Join in to experience a great beginning to the new year!

*Tap into the starting point of all forgiveness
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  • Recorded :
    Sun Jan 3 at 05:30 pm EST
  • Total :
    1 Session(s)
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The Fundamentals of Forgiveness with Taylor Tagg
30 Minute Session
Sun Jan 3 at 05:00 pm EST
About Creator
Taylor Tagg has x-ray vision for helping people breakthrough emotional barriers and resolve internal conflicts. He delivers high value inner game techniques designed to inspire peace and motivate from the inside out. Taylor is a spiritual leader and teacher, focused on helping people live the Spiritual Attitudes, which includes learning The Art of Forgiveness and healing old childhood wounds. Taylor holds a BA in business and a MBA in Finance. He is also a Certified Forgiveness Coach from the Midwest Institute for Forgiveness Training and a Certified Leadership Instructor through the Napoleon Hill Foundation. Taylor is the author of three books, #1 best sellers The Path to a Peaceful Heart, Adversity to Advantage, and Top 100 Enrich Your Sunrise. He is also a contributing writer for the Good Men Project and the Huffington Post.
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