Okay, no question about it; I’m a fan of Libby Gill. I first met her when she called to interview me a year and a half ago soon after The Go-Giver was published. We had a great time during the interview and became fast friends.
The former Hollywood entertainment executive (most notably, the “branding brain” behind the Dr. Phil show) had given up the fame, the money, the glory and the stress (actually turning down a huge job in corporate communications working for CEO and entertainment legend, Barry Diller himself to pursue her dream of becoming a personal branding coach.
Successes aside, she was feeling stuck. And, as she has done through the many challenges throughout her life (detailed in a previous book– this is her third), she found a way to get unstuck and pursue her dream; a dream that since has become hugely successful and a lot of fun for her.
Fortunately, in her newest book, You Unstuck she shares with us a formula for working past and getting unstuck in whatever area of our life – health, wealth, relationships, career, etc – we may be struggling.
And, in typical Libby Gill fashion, she does through a combination of hard-hitting, how-to, step-by-step advice and relatable stories that provide the reader with hope and a plan.
My opinion is that this is her best book yet and will be an immense bestseller. Yep…it’s that good. Purchase You Unstuck and…get to your next level of success.
*Disclaimer: Today is the day that Libby is doing an Internet-promotion where many of us in her network of friends and associates are emailing our lists and bonuses are being offered when purchasing her book on amazon.com. Not only are we actively participating, we didn’t need to be asked; we let her know that we wanted to participate and for her to let us know as soon as she had the date. We did this through our other lists.
However, please know that this blog post is not being published because of the promotion. I would have written it anyway because it’s a book I believe you’ll enjoy and benefit from. I’ve been tweeting and Facebooking about it for the past couple of weeks. However, this post is being published today because I realize this is the day that will best serve Libby’s promotional cause…and I’m pleased to do that.