Halfway through a successful career as a BigLaw lawyer, life coach Ryan Spence realised he was on the wrong path but he didn't know how to change direction or believe that was possible for him. In this book, Ryan sets out his Triple C Method®️, the framework that changed his mind, helped him ditch his life of lethargy and start creating a life that's lit! Ryan shares his stories to empower others in the position that he was in to believe in themselves and create the life they want not the life they think they should want.
In the conversational, encouraging voice of a coach, and drawing on stories from his and his colleagues’ and clients’ experiences, Spence lays out a clear framework for readers looking to make a change. Starting with “clarity,” his Cs emphasize gaining self-knowledge, asking at-times uncomfortable questions about who you are and what you want, urging readers “Don’t allow ideas of what is and is not realistic hold you back from going all out in creating and visualizing your dream life.” Establishing and end goal and finding a “Why,” he argues, are crucial work before attempting the next steps: Facing the “limiting beliefs” that diminish confidence, and then finding the courage that will power one’s efforts to arrive at the life they’ve envisioned.
Spence, an upbeat storyteller who occasionally flouts decorum with a heartfelt curse or jolting insight, proves adept at acknowledging and addressing the reasons many people fear to take action toward making a significant change. His guidance is sweeping, focused on the big picture of identifying what one desires and finding the confidence and courage to go for it. As a call to action, The Triple C Method is appealing and effective.
Takeaway: A call to action about the clarity, confidence, and courage it takes to live the life you may want.
Great for fans of: Bill Burnett and Dave Evans’s Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life, Dale C. Bronner’s Change Your Trajectory.
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