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The Six Best Ever You Principles

In this video, the executives of The Best Ever You Network, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and Kris Fuller, discuss the Six Best Ever You Principles. Guarino and Fuller are the co-creators of the best-selling journal series: 52 Weeks to Your Bravest, Boldest You and Being Your Best. Their journals are widely recognized as life-changing. Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and Kris Fuller are champions for leading joyful lives filled with gratitude. Here the two discuss the principles behind the journals.

  1. Core

  2. Art

  3. Heart

  4. Humanity

  5. Sport

  6. Spirit

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About The Best Ever You Network: The Best Ever You Network is a multi-media company with multiple tools and resources that are dedicated to helping people, brands and businesses be their best. Best Ever You provides personal development to individuals and organizations around the world.

About Elizabeth and Kris: Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino and Kris Fuller are experts at helping us make changes in our lives. Both leaders are tireless champions of others, who believe in the need for the individual light within to raise the collaborative power of us and we. Together, they have created the Best Ever You Journal Series, which quickly has become an Amazon favorite.

Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino is the CEO and founder of The Best Ever You Network, co-founder of Compliance4 and author of five books, including the Hay House book PERCOLATE: Let Your Best Self Filter Through. Specializing in mindset, strategy, leadership and change-based action, Elizabeth helps people and companies around the globe be their best.

Kris Fuller is the CEO and founder of Your Life Sparkles and the Chief Creative Officer of The Best Ever You Network. She is an author of five books, including Terramara: Mara's Transformation. Kris is an inspirational speaker and host of empowerment events. She has worked in public education in Ontario, Alberta, BC and England.


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