Scientologists @home, featuring short films shot around the globe by Scientologists in their own homes, where they are staying safe, staying well and thriving in life, presents conservationist Yvette Taylor @home.
In the throes of planning a game reserve in South Africa, rather than riding her Range Rover across South African grasslands, Yvette’s at home on her computer. Nonetheless, she’s making forward progress toward her goals, utilizing the technology contained in L. Ron Hubbard’s The Problems of Work.
“In fact, the book’s given me quite a bit of information to apply in the current situation, dealing with confusion and setting goals,” says Yvette.
She goes on to explain the task at hand, “We have quite a big project in the game reserve that we’re building that involves removing alien invasive plants. So I’ve been spending some time mapping out our workflow for next year.”
Yvette’s getting the entire game reserve under control, all 12,000 acres of it.
The Scientologists @home series is available at Scientology.org/DailyConnect, where every day new short films shot by Scientologists themselves present how they apply Scientology principles and continue their religious studies while at home.
Discover Scientology tools for the workaday world and groundbreaking processes to return joy to life in the book The Problems of Work.
Scientologists @home is produced by Scientology Media Productions. Located in Hollywood, California, Scientology Media Productions is home to the Scientology Network. Broadcasting 24/7 from the studio, Scientology Network is available at DIRECTV Channel 320 and can be streamed live in 17 languages at scientology.tv as well as streaming platforms such as Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku, YouTube and mobile apps for smartphones and tablets. Since launching in March 2018, the network has been viewed in 240 countries and territories worldwide.
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