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Creating the “Amazing”

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C.C. Chapman knows how to make a living doing what he loves.  Now, in his new book, Amazing Things Will Happen: A Real-World Guide On Achieving Success and Happiness, C.C. says the same process is possible for others, as well.  C.C., who is a social-media marketing professional, content creator, and consultant, says the process of living his passion hasn’t been easy–and he makes no guarantees that his book will magically change anyone’s life.  What he does do, though, is share the lessons he’s learned, and the mentoring he’s received, on the pathway to making his dreams a reality.   C.C. talked with Lancer Radio reporter Dot Cannon about his experiences, and some of the principles he shares in Amazing Things Will Happen.