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What would you do in your life if you knew you could not fail?
That's the question answered in Pivot, a roadmap for embracing your true potential without abandoning your responsibilities or risking your future. As a transformational teacher and the CEO of Peak Potentials, which has trained more than one million people worldwide, Adam Markel can help you leap out of your comfort zone and into the destiny you've always dreamed of.
Whether you are transitioning your career, or have been downsized, or believe that your true potential has yet to be fully tapped, Pivot is a guide to reinvention for anyone, at any age. With clear-eyed compassion and frank assessments, Adam shares the secrets that will guide you away from fear and toward a powerful new vision for your life. The uplifting stories, introspective prompts, clear step-by-step exercises, and energizing calls to action throughout this remarkable book will guide you through the process of personal and career transformation, from creating a vision and clearing space for change to building a supportive environment and establishing daily rituals that will regenerate your soul.
Success and personal fulfillment are within reach Program your internal GPS to a destination of your wildest imagination--all it takes to change your path is one right turn.
- ISBN-13: 9781476779478
- ISBN-10: 1476779473
- Publisher: Atria Books
- Publish Date: April 2016
- Page Count: 288
- Dimensions: 9.5 x 6.4 x 1.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.95 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-12-21
- Reviewer: Staff
Markel, CEO of the professional training company Peak Potential, enjoins readers to embrace their full potential, personally and professionally, in this less than inspiring self-help book. The authors focus is on moving past self-limiting beliefs. Through anecdotes from his own life, stories from other people, and self-assessment quizzes, Markel shows that change is possible and can be facilitated through simple steps or exercises. Markels points and examples are valid and his examples are realistic and motivational, but the concepts offered, such as letting go of the past, are not groundbreaking, nor do they differentiate this work from numerous others of the genre. The framework for working through change is helpful, but students of personal transformation, meditation, or various modes of therapy may find it lacking in truly original ideas. Various references to Markels company give the book the feeling of a sales pitch, detracting from the overall message. For those new to self-help literature, this offering may be of value in showing a path to change, but for others, it will feel repetitive and underwhelming. (Feb.)