Aaron Rodgers, the revered Green Bay Packers’ quarterback once commented “I’ve been to the bottom and been to the top, and peace will come from somewhere else”. Many people measure their sense of brilliance in terms of outward results and how they measure up to others. As a result, it is common for many to be as fearful of the word average as they are of the word failure. Even though there are more people who are average than any other categorical description. Taylor Swift, America singer-songwriter shared that she was intimidated by the idea of being average. In truth, the word average touches the lives of everybody.
What would you say if someone told you it’s better to be average than to push for perfection? Dare to Be Average- Finding Brilliance in the Common Place is an attempt to help folk transform everyday common place experience into opportunities to find and cultivate their own brilliance. It has been my awareness that common place occurrences in life can be transformed into healing, peace and self-acceptance and can bring you back to your center. Besides seeing the beauty and meaningfulness of average, this book will challenge you to discover than within every day experience- you are enough!
If you are ready to at least look at what it means to be average, you’ll have the opportunity to discover what it has done for me and my clients, and what it could do for you.
Dare to be Average can be a life changing book if you are willing to explore the beauty of being average. You can benefit reading this book in the following ways:
Dare to be average is as paradoxical as it is to embrace Velvet Steel. Personal growth and long term recovery engages these two concepts that seem counterintuitive. Hope you enjoy the read. You can purchase Dare to be Average from Amazon. Happy New Year.
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