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By Dr Angus Pyke - What Actually Works
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Dr Angus Pyke is the founder and director of What Actually Works - an online forum providing simple, proven and effective strategies for people to live a happier and healthier life. Having run one of the busiest wellness centers in Australia over the past 10 years, Angus now spends most of his time as a sort after speaker and health coach. His humor, compassion and simple message has helped to empower thousands to make change and live a more passionate, healthy and fulfilling life.
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