The Maestro Monologue
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The Maestro Monologue is a loud optimistic call to your true self to awaken and remove the layers and layers of “myths, superstitions, misconceptions, and negative opinions” that hold you back from realizing your true potential. This inspiring book is divided into four parts, each part successively building on to the next, ultimately evicting this intruder in your life that pretends to be you and making space for your true, authentic self.
This introspective book takes a very conversational and optimistic tone, and it feels as if the author, Rob White, is talking to you directly. However, that doesn’t mean that the book doesn’t motivate you to change. It does. It challenges your complacency to this intruder. The first part deals with self-awareness. “There is no better way to mark the end of an era and initiate a new beginning than by studying how you understand yourself to be.”
This intellectually invigorating book is interspersed with a few prompts and probes and is not just meant to be read but to be followed along. And with the findings of these moments of self-introspection, the book moves on to the next part. It is a perfect mix of inspiring quotes, stories that resonate, words that incite change and challenge inertia and complacency, tips that guide, and prompts that reveal. Although nothing can replace talking to another person who helps you through, White indeed has managed to come as close as possible with this powerful book.
The Maestro Monologue: Discover Your Genius. Defeat Your Intruder. Design Your Destiny is recommended for anyone who feels stuck in life and needs a little guidance. More than a self-help book, rather a guide and a helping hand that helps readers navigate through life towards mastery. It’s perfectly acceptable, in fact, expected even, to reread the book several times and keep on coming back to it in times of need.
Pages: 271 | ASIN : B098J78GD2
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