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The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks
There is likely a way (or many) that you’re currently limiting yourself. If you’re the kind of person that experiences a success and immediately thinks, “but I still haven’t achieved the ten other things on my goal sheet”; or, if you approach victory with self-doubt, or answer it with self-sabotage, this book is for you. Many of us hide behind a wall of fear. That fear could stem from a belief that was formed in a previous moment of stress or handed down to you as a script from authority figures in your life. Either way, a lot of us are familiar with the fear trapping us in a realm of complacency and comfort zone. The Big Leap is about taking ten minutes a day to work toward removing yourself from those zones and into a “Zone of Genius” where you can finally tap into your true potential and experience success exactly as you define it.