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The Dominance Theory
A Road Map to Your Bold Vision

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Are you only living within a fraction of your human potential? Do you have a feeling that there is an undiscovered part of you bubbling beneath the skin? The truth is that a grander version of yourself exists right now.  Nothing is missing. The goal of this book is to help recover and strengthen dimensions of yourself that you may have forgotten, neglected, or never known existed.

The Dominance Theory proposes that you have 5 Dimensions of Self: Body, Mind, Spirit, Soul, and Oneness. You were born gifted and talented in one of the dimensions and the others must be nurtured and elevated over time. The theory explains why some people are athletic and adaptable, intellectual and capable, committed and purposeful, connected and relatable - and why others are overly sensitive and ill-equipped for the complexity of being human.  Complete a self-inventory to find out how developed you are in your 5 Dimensions. Find out the thinking and behaviour that bring you closer to your ideal self and those that lead you away, hindering, blocking, and sabotaging your relationships, finances, career, health, and joy factor. 

Now is the time to elevate into the complete person you were meant to be. Let's get started!

Nurturing the spirit has transformational power - "As a classroom teacher, she found that the body and especially the mind dominant students excelled in school, but the spirit and soul dominant students were misunderstood."

Calgary Herald

"Margot McKinnon's book is a vibrant, soulful reflection of her clearly defined purpose as a teacher. She introduces a powerful model for personal development with especially profound implications for parents and teachers. And, she offers a refreshing guide for anyone who wishes to, as she puts it, "have fun and enjoy the human experience."

Michael J. Gelb, author of How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci and Discover Your Genius


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