Roxie Nafousi attracts a few curious looks from two women on the next table as she sips on her iced latte at the Chiltern Firehouse, a celebrity hangout. The 32-year-old self-development coach has become a “spiritual guru” for young women since her bestselling book Manifest was released in January.
The book, which outlines “seven simple steps” for “cultivating the life you’ve always dreamed of,” has proved catnip to female readers in recent times of uncertainty.
If you’ve ever wished for something so badly you actually got it, you have manifested. This psychological “magic” isn’t just luck, privilege…
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