Elevate - Robert Glazer

Elevate

By Robert Glazer

  • Release Date: 2019-10-01
  • Genre: Business & Personal Finance
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 36 Ratings

Description

What are your limits? Care to break them?

To inspire change in yourself and your team, you must break free from what’s holding you down.  

In Elevate, Robert Glazer reveals four life-changing principles — or capacities — that will allow you to overcome self-limiting beliefs, establish positive habits, and find your “why.” 

The key is elevating yourself beyond the edge of your current abilities. Challenge yourself, and the result will inspire others to rise along with you. 

Reviews

  • An instant classic

    5
    By EricS4281
    Even though it can be read in an hour, Elevate packs a ton of wisdom in a great package. A very straightforward approach to self improvement and for taking your life to the next level! Highly recommended.
  • Elevate by Robert Glazer

    5
    By Toby651
    Great book Robert! This book is short, easy to read, and succinct. You have packed an unbelievable amount of details and tools. I loved Chapter 6’s quote, “ Be the person you needed when you were younger.” Wish I had read this when I was 20 years old.
  • Elevate

    5
    By LindseyBuckinghamFan
    I devoured this book. Great insight that I can begin to apply today!
  • It seems he covers every stereotype in the book

    2
    By Technkl
    This book is like reading a book of stereotypes compiled and then he proceeds to knock them all. Millennials are bad? Yup, he’s got that. Helicopter parents, sure it’s there. Schools as being rigid, bad, and only looking to make you a cog? Ya that’s covered too. This is basically a whole book that sounds like an old man saying get off my lawn and then proceeding to say his way is the best and all these other ways are bad. The book even touches upon cognitive dissonance several times WHILE BEING COGNITIVELY DISSONANT! I gave it a 2 star because I could actually read it without being bored to tears but the message of elevate just isn’t there. It’s a priming to sell you stuff by talking bad about other ways of doing things. Sounds a lot like Tony Robbins! The problem is the “bad” things discussed aren’t that prevalent and they are blown out of proportion by main stream media. Then guys like this eat it up, think it’s everywhere, then think they’re the savior by showing the “right” way. Gag!

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