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Swipe Right on Your Best Self

Simple steps to a bolder life with fewer regrets
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What stops us from pursuing our biggest dreams in life? Why do we hold ourselves back from being fully seen and heard as our real selves professionally and personally?

Most of life’s most rewarding experiences involve some degree of challenge. The quality of our lives depends to a large extent on how well we meet our challenges – the ones we choose and the ones that choose us.

In this enjoyable, uplifting and informative book, self-leadership coach Eric Winters describes simple strategies backed by science to meet challenges more effectively, in professional and personal life.

In Swipe Right on Your Best Self, Eric reveals:

·       the three human predicaments that cause most people to live smaller, timid lives

·       the three critical foundations to being fit for purpose

·       the three mindsets essential for courageous action

·       the seven steps to swiping right on your best self so you can meet any challenge more effectively.

“…an entertaining, well-written, playful and practical approach to building the life you want.” (Russ Harris, author of the international bestseller, The Happiness Trap)

“I loved this book…eminently practical and wonderfully entertaining and inspiring…will recommend to friends, colleagues and clients.” (Jon Hill, co-author of Acceptance and Commitment Coaching)

“…an inspiring roadmap to achieving our best authentic self through courage…” (Jennifer Wittwer, CSM, FAHRI, UN consultant and author of Against the Wind)

Based in Sydney, Australia, Eric is a leadership development specialist, performance coach and speaker with particular expertise in developing resilience, courage and well-being for greater professional success. His work is grounded in over 20 years of international corporate experience with IBM living and working in Scotland, Germany, the Middle East and Australia. With deep knowledge in the science of building motivated and adaptive mindsets gained from working with preeminent professors at both Harvard and Sydney University, he helps busy professionals to avoid burnout and have fun as they build the capability to achieve more with less effort. His writing features in ‘Positive Psychology in Coaching Practice’, edited by Suzy Green and Stephen Palmer, published by Routledge in 2018. He’s especially fond of Tasmanian alcohol.

* Brene Brown has demonstrated with Daring Greatly and Dare to Lead that theres a huge market for books on the subject of living and leading with courage. However she doesnt spend much time on how, preferring to focus on why. This book is the how of daring greatly. * What makes the book unique is that its written by an author with two Masters degrees in human behavior, 20 years experience in international corporate life and over 10 years as a performance coach and keynote speaker on the subject of resilience and emotional intelligence. It aims to be a highly accessible read with practical suggestions for quickly boosting courageous living. * The book will appeal to those with an appetite for self-development, emotional intelligence and a bolder and more successful professional and personal life. This is also a book that coaches may give to their own clients. * Strategy under development with business coach and best-selling author, Andrew Griffiths. * The author is also an experienced public speaker - the promotional strategy will include multiple speaking events.

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