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The Big Leap

Author : Gay Hendricks, PhD
ISBN : 9780061872785
Genre : Self-Help
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“Gay Hendricks is a great role model for true success. He enjoys abundance and a deep connection with his own spiritual essence, and at the same time has lived for three decades in a thriving marriage. Now, he shows us how to do it for ourselves.” — Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of Cracking the Millionaire Code In The Big Leap, Gay Hendricks, the New York Times bestselling author of Five Wishes, demonstrates how to eliminate the barriers to success by overcoming false fears and beliefs. Fans of Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Marianne Williamson, and The Secret will find useful, effective tips for breaking down the walls to a better life in The Big Leap.
Category: Self-Help

Summary Of Gay Hendricks S The Big Leap By Milkyway Media

Author : Milkyway Media
Genre : Study Aids
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The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level (2009) by Gay Hendricks reveals one of the most common barriers to an individual's success: the Upper Limit Problem (ULP), a self-imposed, subconscious limit for how much happiness and positivity someone can feel. Using research, case studies, and personal experience, Hendricks explores how the ULP can prevent someone from taking The Big Leap, or reaching his or her highest potential... Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.
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The Big Leap By Gay Hendricks Summary

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Genre : Study Aids
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Do you want more free book summaries like this? Download our app for free at and get access to hundreds of free book and audiobook summaries. Written for anyone who’s ever felt that their fears and insecurities are getting in the way of accomplishing their life goals, The Big Leap (2009) is a guidebook for taking that life-changing plunge. By laying out the numerous ways in which we sabotage our own lives, Hendricks provides readers with a practical, step-by-step roadmap for eliminating these toxic behaviors and achieving our dreams.
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The Big Leap

Author : Martina Flor
ISBN : 1616899565
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Living In Your Genius

Author : Gay Hendricks
ISBN : 1947637649
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 54.22 MB
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Gay Hendricks broke new ground earlier this century with his bestselling classic, The Big Leap, which has become an essential resource for coaches, entrepreneurs, executives and health practitioners around the world. Now, Dr. Hendricks brings you his new work, the next step beyond The Big Leap. The new book shows how to solve two major problems creative people face: how to end negative thinking and how to liberate authentic creativity. The Joy of Genius also shows you how to use the Genius Move, a new navigational tool for reaching the highest level of your potential. If you are committed to bringing forth your innate genius and making your largest possible creative contribution, The Joy of Genius, will become a trusted companion for the journey.
Category: Self-Help

The Great Leap Forward The Marketing Of Banking Services In China

Author : Carla Vieira
ISBN : 9783832486785
Genre : Business & Economics
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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: Generally speaking, economic growth is closely related to the efficiency of a country s financial markets. That is, the more varied the investment alternatives by which economic resources can flow within a country and between countries, the more efficient the financial market. This efficiency leads to a higher level of capital formation, and improved capital utilisation, thereby increasing the utility of both savers and borrowers and promoting economic growth. In line with its transition to a market economy China has, amongst other reforms, embarked on a reform of its financial system, transforming its one-bank monopoly into an integrated system of many banks and other specialised financial institutions. The resulting market complexity and the emergence of domestic and international competition gave rise to the marketing of financial services in China. Despite banks increasing marketing sophistication and higher spending on marketing, consumer behaviour is only beginning to react to it. On one hand the emergence of a wide variety of financial institutions and financial products has offset the impact of the social system reform on individuals lives. On the other hand, most Chinese still stay with one of the four wholly state-owned commercial banks, perhaps out of habit, perhaps from a feeling of security with their old banks. The effect on banks has been dramatic, service levels have improved greatly while product quality and variety have become better. However, the lack of market segmentation, partly due to government regulation, limits banks abilities to effectively target consumer groups, (which also hinders consumers information gathering and decision-making). Transformation of banking is hindered by China s poorly performing corporate sector, which strongly undermines banking profitability. China remains one of the weakest countries in terms of strength of the financial sector (Moody s), and the imminent WTO entry might result in disarray in the financial industry. Foreign banks with their sophisticated marketing have already put strong pressure on their Chinese counterparts, who are learning quickly. In the long run, the WTO entry and increased openness of the financial market will increase the competitiveness of the marketplace and enhance the development of the marketing of financial services in China. This dissertation will be divided into two parts. In the first part I will be talking about China s [...]
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The Great Leap Forward

Author : Jesse Guthrie
ISBN : 9780615165271
Genre : Fiction
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The third book in a series The Great Leap Forward starts when Dave learns to deal with his past and to keep it from interfering with his dreams for the future. He returns to the Himalayas and finds himself at the bottom of Annapurna with his best friend Martin from Germany. He survives the incredible physical challenge of climbing the South Face, only to be shattered by the mental struggle of his relationship with Catherine afterwards. Aimlessly wandering the streets of Kathmandu, Dave's life takes a new turn. He meets Kena, a beautiful Nepali woman. They both learn about new languages and cultures as their love and lives become entangled and develop into a whole new level. Catherine returns to his life, along with her new lover, Andrea, Martin's old girlfriend. Together they experience life, love, adventure and the Great Leap Forward.
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Quantum Leap

Author : Olusesan
ISBN : 9781493139361
Genre : Fiction
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A young man, frustrated with life in Lagos, is en route for London. He leaves behind his elderly father, his stunningly pretty wife, whose advice he is ignoring, and two innocent sons. Life in London starts rough for Olubanji Adubuleja. There is no surprise about that. The rough gets rougher – work exploitation, injury at work, road traffic accidents, the deaths of his father and wife, an emotional breakdown that is badly managed by hospital staff. Banji hits rock bottom. Step in, benefactors: the hard-working, soft-hearted Goriola, the minicab driver; diminutive Olayiwola Harper with grandiose ideas backed up with bombastic words and an acutely legally aware mind. Layi is an atheist and die-hard bachelor, but he is the very epitome of altruism; ‘Emperor’ Adeola Adeoti, the lion that rarely roars; Larry Herlihy, the Englishman that speaks Yoruba like a Lagosian and ‘does business like pro’; Iyabo, the ‘Nefertiti’, Banji’s second wife. All help Banji make Maslow-like quantum leaps, from the need to satisfy basic needs to self-actualisation. Banji returns to Nigeria. His goal? To use his now considerable resources to help his ‘deprived and marginalised’ Yewa kinsfolk, inhabiting the western corner of Ogun State of Nigeria enjoy a better life.
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One Giant Leap

Author : Leon Wagener
ISBN : 9781466828568
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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On July 20, 1969 the whole world stopped. It was a day in which a man who grew up on a farm without electricity would announce, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." In this, the first ever biography of Neil Armstrong, Leon Wagener explores the man whose walk on the moon is still compared to humankind's progenitor's crawl out of the primordial ooze. And whose retreat back to a farm in his native Ohio soon after the last ticker tape confetti fell, has left him looked upon as a reclusive hermit ever since. This is the true story of a national hero, whose life long quest to walk on the moon truely mirrors our best selves, an American who braved incredible danger daily over a long career, finally achieving what seemed impossible, and broke free of the Earth's surly bonds proving forever that man can reach for the stars, and succeed. Relying on hundreds of interviews with family and friends of the astronaut, plus generous access to the NASA files, Leon Wagener explores the life of one of America's true heroes, in a book filled with extraordianry adventure, and even greater achievement. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
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Communist China 1955 1959

Author : Robert R. Bowie
ISBN : 0674149009
Genre : Political Science
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Category: Political Science