The Story of You: And How to Create a New One

Front Cover, Limited, Aug 22, 2008 - Psychology
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Your story will not set you free. It will simply end. So why not see if you can stop telling it, and let others try to catch up to you. Let others tell your story. Gandhi didn't have to brag or even tell his own story. He didn't have to go around saying, Here's what I've done! Look what I've accomplished! I fasted for 60 days, drove the British out of India, and then, for half a season, I pitched for Kansas City! Gandhi was simply out there on the road, a human journey, always moving. For people to interview Gandhi, they had to walk alongside him, walking out of breath and talking to him, as he kept his brisk pace, walking across India, setting his people free through nonviolent action, through his own remarkable energy and simplicity.

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Steve Chandler is a powerful motivational speaker who used his expertise to write his first book 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself: Change Your Life Forever. The book, which received the 1997 King Features Syndicate AudioBook of the Year Award, teaches interested individuals how to remove the barriers that keep them from realizing their dreams. Believing that anyone can become a highly energetic, super-motivated person, Chandler uses real-life experiences from such personalities as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Leonard Nimoy to prove his point. After the success of his first best-selling book, Chandler wrote Reinventing Yourself: How to Become the Person You've Always Wanted To Be to help people break down negative barriers and let go of pessimistic thoughts.

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