Are You Ready To Be

braver, bolder,
& better?

uncover your truth, embrace change, and
cultivate a strategy to become who you are mean to be.

how the book is organized?


It’s our first stop on this journey together. We’ll start strongly by spending the first ten chapters uncovering the behaviors, patterns and thoughts that may be holding you back. As they say, “new wine must be put into fresh wineskins,” and that’s exactly what we’ll be doing here—getting rid of the old and replacing it with something newer, sturdier and healthier.


You’ve now done the inner work, asked the tough questions and confronted the critic that resides in your mind. But this is not the time to sit back and relax—get ready to lay the foundation for a new chapter. In this section, we explore how to embrace your self-care, crush your fears, develop sustainable daily rituals, beat procrastination and build discipline.


From “good to great” is the anthem for the last leg of the journey. Together, we’re going to learn how to use an array of tools that you can arm yourself with for self-betterment. Our time here will be spent on practical and achievable strategies that you can harness to build your network, establish self-advocacy and practice gratitude — all for the life-changing improvements you are soon to experience.

sample chapter overview

chapter 1

To stand firmly on your own two feet, you must acknowledge that no one is going to hand you exactly what you want. If you want to make changes in your life, the best companion would be yourself.

chapter 3

The relationship you have with yourself determines the relationship you have with others. By embracing your flaws, you can radiate positive energy towards everyone else.

chapter 5

If you don’t know your values, you will end up following someone else’s. Values are not merely there for the sake of politeness, they determine the choices you make, your dreams and your way of life.

chapter 7

Are you in control of your emotions or is it the other way around? Effective emotional management doesn’t involve bottling them up but rather listening to your heart, heartily.

chapter 9

Letting go of all the “what-if” scenarios might be hard to do, but it’s the only way forward. Holding grudges will only weigh you down. Freeing yourself from the past is one of the best gifts you can give yourself.

chapter 11

Self-care is essential. Just as you can only grow plants in fertile soil, you can only be your best if you indulge and invest in your development. Think beyond bubble baths, champagne showers and impulsive shopping sprees—what are the ingredients to meaningful self-care?

chapter 13

Did you know that the way you start and end your day can have a significant impact on your productivity and overall wellness? Daily rituals create a ripple effect across your life.

chapter 15

Life can sometimes make you feel like you’re caught in a labyrinth. Hard times may come your way, but the key is to remember that they won’t last forever.

chapter 21

There’s no right way or wrong way to fail. You’re bound to stumble occasionally and that’s okay. How else are you going to learn? Failure can lead to a change of direction that becomes groundbreaking.

chapter 19

You won’t be able to accomplish much if you don’t employ some discipline in your life. This chapter will show you how to supercharge your discipline and add structure to your day-to-day routine.

chapter 25

Are you fully present when listening or is your mind distracted? Most of us fail to listen effectively and crucially miss out on important information, opportunities and memories.

chapter 23

Focus on your perfections and not your flaws. But how do you do that, and where do you go to uncover your potential?

chapter 29

You’re not a wax figure, you know! Life is about dynamics—changing, adding and deleting are necessary steps. If you’re no longer satisfied with the way your personal and professional life is panning out, dare to reinvent yourself.

chapter 27

You know the saying, “build it, and they will come”? What happens when no one comes? We apply the same approach to our dreams, goals and careers. We wait for people to sponsor our ideas, but how do they know we’re even qualified for it? There’s nothing wrong with self- promotion—you’ve got to be your No.1 fan before the world can join in to cheer you on.

If you don’t know yourself, how are you supposed to know where to go?

Your talents get you in the race. Your strengths take you to the finish line.

If you don’t know yourself, how are you supposed to know where to go?

Your talents get you in the race. Your strengths take you to the finish line.