“The greatest achievements in life are only possible if we can activate the best within us.” Brendon Burchard
This is a theme of his upcoming book “The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives that Make You Feel Alive.”
There are already enthusiastic testimonials including these:
“The Charge is an inspiring guide to the one thing we all want: more life in our lives. Brendon Burchard proves that we can harness our emotional drives to feel more alive, and that it’s our internal charge that helps us meet life’s challenges with joy and courage. I love this book.”
—Paulo Coelho, New York Times best-selling author of The Alchemist
“There hasn’t been a game-changing book on personal development in a long time. The wait is over. The Charge confronts our very notions of what drives us as humans, and it brilliantly illuminates the path for how you can feel more alive, productive, and fulfilled. After reading this book you’ll find a new internal charge that’s stronger and more energized than you ever imagined possible.”
—Jack Canfield, New York Times best-selling author of The Success Principles and originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series
“The Charge will change your life. Our brains are hard wired to meet specific human drives, and learning to harness and activate those drives is the secret to success and happiness. This is a smart and beautifully written book, and it will electrify your life. Get this book!”
“I look for authenticity and proof when I learn from someone, and I can share that Brendon Burchard is one of the most engaged, energetic, and enthusiastic people I’ve ever met. I’ve always wanted to know how he developed such a remarkably strong internal charge. This book reveals his secrets. If you too want to perform at higher levels of joy, engagement, and productivity — buy this book. It’s a must-read for any serious student of success and high performance.”
—Darren Hardy, Publisher SUCCESS magazine, best-selling author of The Compound Effect and Living Your Best Year Ever
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This is a book I have just started to read and am finding it to be a helpful tool for self-understanding, especially with its questions to explore life experiences that impact our positive self regard and confidence. [Douglas Eby, author/editor of this site.]
“We are meant to be happy. Instinctively, we all know this, somewhere deep inside. We all know what it’s like to feel a burst of delight. Every one of us has at some point in our lives experienced a sense of ecstatic joy, of euphoria at the sheer sensation of being alive. Have you ever wondered why that experience has to be so rare and fleeting? The answer is, It doesn’t.” —From the book.
“All the positive thinking, affirmations, talk therapy, and pharmaceuticals in the world will never be enough to make us as happy as we were designed to be, according to acclaimed clinical psychologists George Pratt, Ph.D., and Peter Lambrou, Ph.D. That’s because those approaches fail to address a third aspect of the human organism, one that bridges the gap between mind and body: the biofield.” [Amazon summary]
One of the issues (which we all face) in this book “Code To Joy” is self-limiting beliefs – which Morty Lefkoe addresses in his multiple articles on my sites, such as Why Self-Help Often Doesn’t Work .