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Unstoppable Influence: Be You. Be Fearless. Transform Lives. (edição: 2018)

de Natasha Hazlett (Autor)

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Are you being called to do something BIG, but feel inadequate or unprepared to say yes?It's time to throw back a shot of courage, learn to tackle fear and self-doubt like a BOSS, and transform lives as only YOU can! In Unstoppable Influence, attorney, speaker, and business coach Natasha Hazlett takes you on an unfiltered, comfort-zone-stretching journey to becoming the Unstoppable Influencer you were created to be!One decision helped this uninspired, unmotivated entrepreneur on the verge of abandoning her business to finally ditch her limiting, self-sabotaging beliefs and uncover her radiant Truth. Now she's helping thousands of others do the same.If you're ready to: Kick your approval addiction and negative self-talk to the curb; Reboot and recharge your life; and business to make the money you deserve without working longer hours; and Welcome true happiness, freedom, and abundance into your life, quit reading the description and get moving on the path to Unstoppable Influence. People are waiting for the special message that only you have, so let's go!… (mais)
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Título:Unstoppable Influence: Be You. Be Fearless. Transform Lives.
Autores:Natasha Hazlett (Autor)
Informação:Soul Food Publishing (2018), 248 pages
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I enjoyed this book quite a bit. I never know what to expect with these types of books. It seems that so often they're filled with advice that is either ridiculously obvious or is completely u realistic and unattainable. I found the suggestions from this book to be incredibly useful and motivating. ( )
  BooksBottlesBabies | Sep 20, 2019 |
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Natasha Hazlett addresses how we can tackle our fears in her book Unstoppable Influence. The subtitle of her book says what her book is about, "Be You. Be Fearless. Transform Lives." In a conversational manner, the author encourages her readers to make a difference in this world. Each chapter ends with advice on how her readers can take action now. An uplifting read. ( )
  Loveuga | Sep 19, 2018 |
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While Hazlett's very informal writing style does make for a comfortable conversational read, the sum substance of this book boils down to a series of stories illustrating her moments of Divine Inspiration about her life's mission, her choice to leap forward despite the risks and fears into God's waiting provision, and the encouragements that you, too, can and should do the same if you want to discover your mission and succeed. If you share her beliefs in a God that will faciliate your success if you only make the leap, this book might be just the pep rally to motivate you forward onto that path. If not...

A few examples...

Chapter 3 narrates her personal journey to Unstoppable Influencerness, but reads like a breathless childlike sketch that depends heavily on leaps of faith and their rewarding Divine Providence to pave the way.

Chapter 4 tells a quick story of her helping her nutritionist massively expand her business, influence, and income, but is very short on detail. How did she do it? She decided to become an Unstoppable Influencer and she "burned the bridge". ("Just do it!" "What is 'it'?" "JUST DO IT!" "Uhhh...")

Chapter 5 on "unbecoming" and letting things go started off more promisingly, but quickly simplified into this advice: decide to unbecome, commit to it, and miracles will follow.

It does get better after that. And there are some good bits in there, about others not dragging you down, about treating your journey's hurdles as a challenging obstacles and not turn-back-now signs, etc. But much else of it depends on having a strong trusting faith in God to always provide.

Although Chapter 12, on waiting for what you want and God always having your back with his perfect plan, may have been one of the most naively ridiculous things I've ever read. But at least it was short.

The second part (chapters 13-20), her shot at an actionable roadmap toward Unstoppable Influence, is better. She still leans hard on her certainty of divine Providence, and deeply mistakes survivorship bias for examples of the law of attraction, but overall she puts forth a set of broadly painted pointers that, while not ground-breaking, seem fair enough.

One specific sample nit I have to point out. Chapter 20 refers frequently to a valuable messaging technology tool called an "auto-responder"; Hazlett's describing an email-list service which is not at all what the term "auto-responder" means. This sort of simple but stark nomenclature mistake can be very trust-damaging with those familiar with the term, and potentially disorienting to some who might try to follow the advice as described; it probably would have benefitted from a stronger editing eye. But... just an example nit, that.

P.S. Curious that this book's ratings here and its ratings on Amazon are so very different. Different audiences, I suppose... ( )
  Thogek | Jul 28, 2018 |
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I received the book, Unstoppable Influence, By Natsha Hazlett
From the March, 2018 batch as an Early Reviewers copy on the LibraryThing.

I read the book and downloaded the companion workbook.

This is a thought provoking book to help you find your own unstoppable influence. The writer gives examples of things in her past that has influence her life whether conscious of it at the time or not. She ask you to make notes on your experiences and things that have changed your life and the way you feel about yourself. It allows you to look at your past and how to overcome experiences and become the you, you should have always been.

The workbook and action steps at the end of each chapter help you to reflect on your personal profile, and create a personal plan for you to have unstoppable influence.

I was asked to give a review in exchange for this book. The review is of my opinion and impressions and not solicited as either a positive or a negative review. ( )
  Debbiesbooks | Jul 24, 2018 |
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If you combined the cultish claptrap of Amway with the worthless meanderings of televangelists and a touch of high school cheerleading, you too can give birth to worthless scree like this book. The author starts out trying to downplay her personal religion, apologizing for the references but insists it's not necessary to believe as she does. Then every damned point is "let god do it!" This is the kind of garbage that turns empty heads into vacuum chambers.

Every time the author gushes "you're an unstoppable influencer" I kept hearing the Pakleds from Star Trek saying "we are smart" while sporting single-digit IQs. It's that bad. ( )
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Are you being called to do something BIG, but feel inadequate or unprepared to say yes?It's time to throw back a shot of courage, learn to tackle fear and self-doubt like a BOSS, and transform lives as only YOU can! In Unstoppable Influence, attorney, speaker, and business coach Natasha Hazlett takes you on an unfiltered, comfort-zone-stretching journey to becoming the Unstoppable Influencer you were created to be!One decision helped this uninspired, unmotivated entrepreneur on the verge of abandoning her business to finally ditch her limiting, self-sabotaging beliefs and uncover her radiant Truth. Now she's helping thousands of others do the same.If you're ready to: Kick your approval addiction and negative self-talk to the curb; Reboot and recharge your life; and business to make the money you deserve without working longer hours; and Welcome true happiness, freedom, and abundance into your life, quit reading the description and get moving on the path to Unstoppable Influence. People are waiting for the special message that only you have, so let's go!

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