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Euphrosene Labon

12 Brambletyne Close
Angmering, United Kingdom

Email: euphrosene@euphrosenelabon.com

Home page: www.euphrosenelabon.com

Sussex-born and now based, Euphrosene Labon is the author of Profit From
Unlimited Thinking, as well as a series of compact yet comprehensive pocket
guides, designed to make life and learning easier.

Titles in the series include A Little Book of Big Sales Tips, A Little Book of Self-
Coaching Tips, A Little Book of Self-Publishing Tips and A Little Book of
Abundance Tips. The latest book is A Little Book of Time Tips.

Her creative thinking workshops are based on the ideas expressed in Profit From
Unlimited Thinking, and she regularly writes about pragmatic mind dynamics
through floreo NEWS, a free monthly ezine.

Euphrosene has been involved in personal development since 1989. She is trained
in hypnotherapy, NLP, career guidance and counselling, and is a lifelong student of
pragmatic metaphysics.

Prior to that, she enjoyed more than 25 successful years in IT sales and business
development.

Through floreo33 publications, articles, workshops and speaking engagements, her
aim is for the reader or participant to challenge any conventional thinking, using
practical as well as esoteric exercises, discover their potential and transform their
lives.

She is a Member of the Society of Authors and Fellow of the Institute of Sales and
Marketing Management. Her books are available from Amazon or to order from high
street bookshops.

Interests: metaphysics, painting, walking, music, reading

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Nonfiction

  • Profit From Unlimited Thinking
  • A Litte Book of Big Sales Tips
  • A Little Book of Self-Coaching Tips
  • A Little Book of Self-Publishing Tips
  • A Litte Book of Time Tips
  • A Little Book of Abundance Tips
  • Surviving Recessions Depressions And Downturns