Claim Your Swagger By Jennifer Mrozek Sukalo from Morgan James Publishing. Claim Your SWAGGER is the first part of a three-book series that guides individuals from merely surviving life to thriving in it.
Informed by her work with almost fifty thousand leaders at various multinational and Fortune 500 companies, her experience with cancer survivors, and her personal journey, Jennifer Sukalo’s SWAGGER approach shows readers what makes them not only unique but extraordinary.
Claim Your SWAGGER gives readers exclusive access to what companies have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for Jennifer’s expertise.
Claim Your SWAGGER helps readers develop a new relationship with their self-worth and learn to appreciate their strengths and limitations. Jennifer Sukalo explains how to find gratitude for the way one’s life experiences have shaped them and clarifies how to become grounded in their core values. Readers will learn to step into their power to overcome the self-limiting beliefs that hold them back and experience a sense of renewal through a greater focus on their passion and purpose.
In Claim Your SWAGGER, readers will learn by doing. Jennifer Sukalo designed the SWAGGER process to guide motivated individuals as they take exploratory steps into the next phase of their personal development. The content and activities in Claim Your SWAGGER will help readers develop new knowledge and skills that enable them to respond to situations differently and create lasting behavioral change.
My Opinion: I learned a lot from this book on how to achieve more confidence as at one point in your life you may lose it like I did and have to find a way to get it back, this book helps to do that. It also helps you look at what your talents are and focus on how to let them blossom.
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