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#BookReview The Unfakeable Code by Tony J Selimi #TuesdayBookBlog #SelfHelp #Motivational

Title: The Unfakeable Code: Take Back Control, Lead Authentically and Live Freely on Your Terms

Author: Tony Selimi

Category: Non-Fiction/Personal and Professional Development

My Rating: 5 Star

Book Blurb:

Discover a powerful framework that will help you reinvent your life and become the master of your own destiny.

Tapping into the secrets and science behind authentic living, leading and loving, The Unfakeable Code® offers you a robust five-step methodology for business, personal and professional transformation. It explores how to harmonize your body-mind-heart intelligence to effortlessly handle negativity, triumph over stress and create a meaningful, purpose-driven life.

Combining over 40 years of research, studies and inspiring personal testimony, author, Tony Jeton Selimi’s enlightening advice will help you re-examine the rules, traditions, and thought processes that no longer serve you and provide you with a code to re-program your mind, take back control and live freely.

In this book, you’ll discover a fresh new way to:
•Free Yourself From Judgement and Learn To Be Comfortable In Your Own Skin
•Handle Rejection In A Healthy Way That Doesn’t Stop You From De-Railing Your Dreams
•Manage Negative Self-Talk (and Turn Fear Into a Powerful Motivator)
•Stop Being a People Pleaser and Take Your Life In The Direction You Want To Go
•Harness The Power of Your Emotions In a Productive and Rewarding Manner
•Infuse Your Life With a Limitless Sense of Freedom and Untapped Potential

And Much More!

Designed to motivate, challenge, and inspire you to start living life on your own terms, this must-read book seeks to guide you on your path to self-realization and allow you to be more authentic at home, work, and beyond. If you want to let go of feeling powerless and out of control, it’s time for you to discover the power of an Unfakeable personality.

My Review:

Anything that promises to help harmonise my world, free myself of judgement, and inspire me to live life on my own terms was always going to make it onto my must-read list.

The Unfakeable Code is no exception. Selimi delivers a fully rounded approach to life from a personal and professional aspect. As a fan of holistic living, this book was a delight to read.

I know my limiting beliefs come from my childhood and school years, but reading about the levels of thinking has helped me understand this better.

Your brain uses old programming that was developed by others over a lifetime…

As a result, you may consciously or unconsciously believe and say to yourself or others things like ‘I can’t do this’.

Negative self-talk is a biggie for me, and I make a conscious effort to stop the inner chatter whenever possible. Selimi reveals a few fascinating statistics, including ‘the average person has about 12,000 to 70,000 thoughts per day. And, of those, 80% are negative, and 95% are the same repetitive thoughts as the day before.

As a single mum and business owner, I find it too easy to slip into the process of giving my power away to everyone else and never leaving enough back for myself. The advice and guidance the author provides has helped me recognise my worth. I’m not saying I’m fixed, but this book will stay close to hand for many years to come.

Unlearning the processes that have been with us since childhood can feel overwhelming, but the journey feels achievable through the five principles laid out in this book. As with all personal development books, the methods don’t work unless you put in the time and effort.

If you’ve been flailing about in life and need to feel more grounded, I’d recommend The Unfakeable Code.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

BUY your copy of The Unfakeable Code via Amazon UK or Amazon US

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