A short, concise, and very inspiring book (easily carried in a briefcase or small purse), you²: A High-Velosity Format for Multiplying Your Personal Effectiveness in Quantum Leaps by Price Prichett encouraged me to go after my dreams and omit the excuses! More importantly, the book helped me to realize that my dreams are within reach. And, yours are too!
you² (squared) promotos an unconventional strategy for achieving breakthrough performance in everything you want to achieve. Pritchett presents this powerful method in eighteen key components and explains how these build massive success with expending less effort and bypassing the gradual and conventional methods. His book showed me how to “quit trying harder,” to think beyond what common sense would allow, and how to make a move towards my dreams before I feel ready.
I recommend this short book (which can be read in less than an hour) to anyone who needs inspiration, motivation, and encouragement to take a leap toward their dream. If you want to be challenged and learn that you can attain your goals, read this book! If you find yourself living a dull life because you have settled for the “status quo” and have no idea how you will ever create a life of abundance, Pritchett’s book will inspire you to move and take action with faith and belief. It will show you how to take what he calls a quantum leap.
A bit about the author, Price Pritchett:
Price Pritchett is CEO of Pritchett, LP, a Dallas-based consulting and training firm with offices in numerous other cities and countries. Specializing in change management, corporate culture, and merger integration, he holds a Ph.D. in psychology and is recognized worldwide as an expert on personal and organizational change. He has been featured on CNN, CNBC, and other major television channels. Pritchett has sold over 20 million copies of his books and is one of the world’s best-selling business authors.
To learn more about Price Pritchett or to purchase a copy of you²: A High-Velosity Format for Multiplying Your Personal Effectiveness in Quantum Leaps, visit his website: pritchettnet.com.