“You’ve Got This! The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself” is a new book by Margie Warrell filled with positive messages to strengthen your self-trust, beat self-doubt and give you the confidence that you can make your dreams a reality.
Warrell, best-selling author of “Brave,” “Stop Playing Safe” and “Make Your Mark,” grew up as one of seven kids on a farm in rural Australia, and has rocketed onto the international business scene.
Have you been procrastinating about taking a leap of faith in yourself towards a new endeavor or long-held dream? Perhaps you’ve landed in a situation you didn’t see coming. One that blind-sided you, rocked your world and left you feeling ungrounded, anxious about your future and mired in misgivings.
Or maybe you’ve ventured out onto that far limb, but now you’re unsure how to navigate the risks and you worry your best efforts will be inadequate . . . that you are inadequate.
Margie Warrell has a question for you: What if you could trust yourself more deeply and doubt yourself less often?
“We all have moments when we succumb to doubt and let our fears call the shots.” Warrell said. “Yet each time they do, we limit our lives. It’s why in today’s culture of fear and self-doubt, building ‘self-trust’ is crucial to unleashing true potential and conquering the fears that keep us from thriving ― in our careers, relationships, leadership and life.”
Written with heart and humor, while grounded in research, “You’ve Got This! The Life-Changing Power of Trusting Yourself”is a handbook for learning to thrive in today’s pressure-laden and uncertain world. The book is being published by Wiley for distribution beginning in March.
Warrell draws on her international career in business, psychology and coaching (her clients include NASA, Google and Berkshire Hathaway) as well as her experiences raising four children (aged 16-21yrs) while living across the globe and countless adventures to some of the most remote corners of the world. (Margie has lived in Papua New Guinea, swam with Piranhas in the Amazon and climbed Kilimanjaro with her kids.) She also draws on her doctoral studies in human development and the countless times she’s ventured out of her comfort zone since growing up on a small farm (the big sister of seven) in rural Australia.
Warrell understands we are living in turbulent times. Many are struggling to feel grounded and confident in a culture that fuels anxiety and social polarity. Looking outside ourselves for security and affirmation often proves a fruitless quest. Applying the practical advice and twelve principles she shares in You’ve Got This!will help you:
- Defy negative self-talk that keeps you making changes you’ve been putting off
- Counter your own unconscious bias that has you selling yourself short
- Embrace vulnerability and trust your intuition
- Combat stress and thrive amid uncertainty
- Grow your confidence as a leader and ‘change agent’
“My intention for this book,” shares Warrell, “is to embolden people to trust more deeply in their innate capacity to rise above their challenges and defy the doubts that keep them becoming the person they have it within them to be.
“Sometimes we have to be braver than we want to be,” she adds. “In a culture that is bombarding us 24/7 with reasons to feel afraid, it’s my hope that this book help you find within you the security you’re seeking and lead the change you want to see. And on those days when fears rise up, that you’ll be able to look in the mirror and connect to the highest truth within you… ‘You’ve got this!’”
Warrell has been a sought-after expert by organizations such as Salesforce, British Telecom, NASA, Morgan Stanley, UN Foundation, Johnston & Johnston, L’Oreal, Microsoft, SAP, and Deloitte.
A member of the Advisory Board of Forbes School of Business & Technology, her insights also draw on her work and interviews with global leaders such as Richard Branson and Bill Marriott. The titles of her other books, Find Your Courage, Stop Playing Safe, Brave and Make Your Mark reflect her deep passion for emboldening people to live and lead braver more purposeful lives.
For more information, visit www.margiewarrell.com or connect with her on Twitter, @margiewarrell.com, Instagram, @margiewarrell, Facebook, www.facebook.com/MargieWarrell and Linkedin, www.linkedin.com/in/margiewarrell.