By Steve Rizzo
Get able to SHIFT your life!
"Through moving your concentration and mind set, Steve Rizzo indicates find out how to be triumphant on all degrees of existence, whereas truly having fun with the method. What may be better?! you are going to love the reality, the humor, and the knowledge this publication contains." -- Dr. Mehmet oz., host of The Dr. ounces exhibit and bestselling coauthor of You: The Owner's Manual
"I’m optimistic you are going to love this book!” –- Jeffrey Gitomer, bestselling writer of the Little pink ebook of Selling
"The tales during this publication will make you think that, giggle, and re-examine. it is an crucial device for maximizing your individual luck and happiness." -- Joe Vitale, bestselling writer of The Attractor Factor
"Engaging, hilarious, heartfelt, and authentic―just like Steve--this ebook is for someone looking extra goal and pleasure in company and in lifestyles. i could not positioned it down." -- Lt. Col. Rob "Waldo" Waldman, bestselling writer of Never Fly Solo
"With humor, examine, and private insights, Steve Rizzo can assist you benefit from the trip of existence, either in my opinion and professionally. And he'll make you laugh--bonus!" -- Chester Elton, bestselling coauthor of The Carrot Principle and All In
"Everyone is seeking a street map. Steve presents the using directions should you are able to shift into excessive equipment at the street of life." -- Wayne B. Goldberg, President and CEO, los angeles Quinta resorts and Suites
"In a ebook overflowing with wit, ardour, and critical fact, Steve is helping you navigate that frequently elusive, but very important shift in concentration in order to reclaim the luck, pleasure, and happiness for which your lifestyles was once meant. Your eyes might be opened, and you may by no means be the same." -- Joseph Fusco, vp, Casella Waste platforms, Inc.
snort YOUR option to good fortune . . .
Who says you should "get critical" to get every little thing you will have out of lifestyles? in accordance with Steve Rizzo, the angle Adjuster, you just have to shift your perspective to get the ball rolling, either at paintings and on your own existence. In his humorous and relocating motivational advisor, Rizzo stocks the life-changing secrets and techniques that helped him confront his fears and shift from a promising occupation as a stand-up comedian to his fabulous good fortune as a public speaker. choked with humor, allure, and mind-altering insights--no, no longer that kind!--Rizzo's new angle will express you the way to:
- Find the humor in each state of affairs
- Turn negatives into positives--every unmarried day
- Make your office the simplest position to prevail
- Stop being a full-time resident of the unfavorable quarter
- Face your fears and get on along with your lifestyles
- Make happiness a choice--and celebrate doing it!
Throughout the e-book, you will find particular angle Adjustment concepts so you might practice to each point of your expert and private lifestyles. you will the right way to steer clear of the Eeyore Syndrome, faucet into your Humor Being, flip self-doubt into selfconfidence, and make daily conversations extra enticing and extra effective. you will discover a tried-and-true approach for shutting down that selfdefeating immense Mouth within your head--so you could hearken to what is inside of your middle. alongside the best way you will listen approximately Rizzo's enlightening firsthand encounters with Eddie Murphy, Rodney Dangerfield, Naomi Judd, Christopher Reeve, and plenty of extra. it is all you want to get your shift jointly, and that is no joke.
When the shift hits the fan, your new existence begins--with love, with pleasure, and, after all, with laughter.
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