If you’re ready to surpass your current upper limit of happiness, success, health, or love, The Big Leap book by Gay Hendricks will show you how. (Kinda.)
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“It’s like as soon as one thing starts going well…something else falls apart!”
How many times have you said this? For me… countless times.
When it came to money, love, fun…something was always keeping me under the threshold. That’s why when I was introduced to The Big Leap, I lapped it up.
So in today’s YouTube video I’m sharing something of a book summary of The Big Leap. It’s a long one, but we’re going to jump into juicy things like:
- What an “upper limit problem” is
- The 4 questions to ask yourself to test your own upper limits
- The 4 most common barriers to success and happiness
- The 4 “zones” we live in, and how to live in your Zone of Genius
- And how to get past your upper limit by increasing your tolerance for happiness and success
It’s definitely a listen-while-you-do-chores kind of video. 😉
Scroll up to watch ot head on over to YT to check it out now!
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These were the missing pieces for me from this book. Because I already had those pieces, I feel like I got so much more out of this book, but this does not have as many of those practical pieces. I was still confused when I read this book, but when I applied what I had already been learning and took those 5 pieces and applied it to this… that’s when things went to the next level.
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What about you, boss lady?
What are your experiences with “upper limits”?
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