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What's Your Genius Paperback – August 17, 2009

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Jay Niblick's in-depth, comprehensive study What's Your Genius represents a truly ground-breaking approach toward innovating how we think of our careers, our life's purpose, and ourselves. Niblick has taken on the tremendous responsibility of transforming cultural attitudes about work and achievement that have been in place for more than a century, while simplifying the exhaustive academic legwork that legitimizes the importance of individual authenticity. He introduces easily-implementable strategies for not only attaining that sense of real accomplishment we all long for in life, but also truly profound understanding of who we really are at our core. What's Your Genius will make the difference between mediocrity and excellence; the difference between 'just getting by' and really thriving instead. It's the psychological and emotional edge that will help us create better lives not only for ourselves, but also for everyone that we influence in our global community. Jay gives you the tools to utilize your strengths to reap higher returns and the success that comes from knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming. --~ Anthony Robbins, Author of New York Times Bestselling, Awaken The Giant Within.

What's Your Genius will help you discover your natural talents and reach your peak level of performance - effortlessly! Jay does a great job of helping you learn the secretes of who you are and how you think, so you can create your own private revolution and unleash your greatest potential today. Get ready to evolve. --~ Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, Author of New York Times Bestselling, What Got You Here Won't Get You There.

Jay Niblick's What's Your Genius is an absolute must read. This book is more than an inspirational guide; it will transform the way you perceive abilities and limitations, revealing an entirely new scope of life options which are in complete alignment with your core talents and motivations. Simply put, if you read one personal development book this year - this should be it! --~ Dr. Ivan Misner, Author New York Times Bestselling, The 29% Solution and Founder of BNI.

About the Author

Jay Niblick is the founder and CEO of Innermetrix Inc, an international consulting firm with offices on five continents specializing in providing full service consulting solutions to professional business consultants and coaches. He is also co-founder and Chief Science Advisor to the online coaching company InnerTalent. As one of the world's leading authorities on the application of Formal Axiology in a business environment, Jay is ideally suited to help you understand your own Genius and how to maximize it. He holds multiple technology patents and copyrights on psychometric instruments and methodologies relating to identifying and maximizing human talent, and is the author of the Attribute Index Profile (300,000 copies sold worldwide). He has been a paid keynote speaker and lecturer throughout North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, Asia, Australia and South Africa in the areas of strategic management, peak performance, executive coaching, leadership development and organizational development. Jay also sits on the Board of Directors at the Robert S. Hartman Institute (a scholarly project at the University of Tennessee in the United States dedicated to the study of human nature, value and decision-making).

Product details

  • Item Weight : 8 ounces
  • Paperback : 213 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0615283764
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0615283760
  • Publisher : St. James Books; 1st edition (August 17, 2009)
  • Language: : English
  • Customer Reviews:
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