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The Albino Chameleon: The Things That Make You 'You' Can Become Your Super Power Paperback – 15 November 2019
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Paperback, 15 November 2019
- Paperback : 198 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0648720101
- ISBN-13 : 978-0648720102
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 1.14 x 20.32 cm
- Publisher : Unpack Media (15 November 2019)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: 95,573 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
"A refreshing breakthrough in how to uncover the immense power we all have simply by being ourselves."
AMANDA ROSE - Strategic Connector #BossLady - CEO Business Women Media
"Like having a best friend, a mentor and a coach all wrapped up into one engaging and inspiring book."
HEDLEY DERENZIE - Author of the travel-romance memoirs, Finding Paris and Meet Me In Milan.
"Compulsory reading for anyone embarking on an interview."
SUE MULLER - Director Pharmacy Employment Solutions
"Contains the insight and wisdom that so many more academic or theory based self-help books lack."
MARGAUX NISSEN GRAY - CEO MNGMNT Publicity, New York City
The secrets to landing that coveted role and the need to be your 'best self' - this is a must read.
CHRISTIAN 'BOO' BOUCOUSIS - Publisher and High Performance Coach - World of Aviation and Afterburner Australia
About the Author
A graphic designer by profession, David Everett created a regional lifestyle magazine south of Sydney in 1999. He designs, writes and manages the popular seasonal publication. David is also a surfer, contemporary indie music afficionado and vocal science advocate.
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What I got from it is a newfound appreciation for my unique gifts and quirks. I made me realise that I don't need to change everything about myself, I just need to appreciate myself more.
It also made me look at failure in a different way. The suggestion of falling in love with failure seemed absurd to begin with but as Kirsty explains there is a lesson to be learned with every failure - you just need to recognise what the lessons are - made me apply this useful technique even to the banalest types of failure, like screwing up a recipe.
Every chapter resonated and the techniques were more like "the best life advice you'll get", therefore, easy to adapt to your everyday life.
This is a concise read but every page is filled with value, leaving no room for unnecessary information. It's funny, enlightening and incredibly clever.
It'll be kept with books I go back to again and again when I need to feel inspired.