The Opus Trailer

The Opus Trailer (2008)

"From vision, to plan, to performance" 19 March 2008 70 mins

In this spectacular feature length movie, JACK CANFIELD, JOE VITALE, JOHN DEMARTINI, BOB DOYLE, MARCI SHIMOFF, MORRIS GOODMAN, and MARK VICTOR HANSEN amongst others share with you the formula you can use to create greater abundance in wealth, health, relationships and self achievement. It is a story about a young man who pursues his dream in the face of impossible challenges and along the way you'll learn how to unlock your own amazing possibilities to create your own Opus and your life as you want it.

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International Releases Dates

United States 19 March 2008

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