The Genius Zone
The Breakthrough Process to End Negative Thinking and Live in True Creativity
Author: Gay Hendricks
Too often we live lives that we find unfulfilling, fail to reach our own potential, and neglect to practice creativity in our daily routines. Gay Hendricks's The Genius Zone offers a way to change that by tapping into your own innate creativity.
Dr. Gay Hendricks broke new ground with his bestselling classic, The Big Leap, which has become an essential resource for coaches, entrepreneurs, executives, and health practitioners around the world. Originally published as The Joy of Genius, The Genius Zone has been updated and expanded throughout, making it the essential next step beyond The Big Leap.
In The Genius Zone, Hendricks introduces his brilliant exercise, the Genius Move, a simple, life-altering practice that allows readers to end negative thinking and thrive authentically. By using the Genius Move, readers will learn to spend more of their lives in their zone of genius—where creativity flows freely and they are actively pursuing the things that offer them fulfillment and satisfaction. Filled with hands-on exercises and personal stories from the author, The Genius Zone is an essential guide to creative fulfillment. If you are committed to bringing forth your innate genius and making your largest possible creative contribution, The Genius Zone will become a trusted companion for the journey.
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"The inner intelligence of the body is the ultimate and supreme genius. Gay shows how to connect with this inner intelligence and discover the secrets to healing, love, intuition, and insight."—Deepak Chopra
"Imagine sitting down the coaching legend, Gay Hendricks, as he works his transformational magic with you! Reading his new book, The Genius Zone, is just like that. He's truly a genius at giving us the tools to unleash our own genius." —Arielle Ford, author of The Soulmate Secret
"Hendricks provides some helpful ideas about creativity... there’s plenty to recommend in this practical workbook." —Publishers Weekly