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Publisher's Summary

Ascend is an innovative book embedded with powerful tools for leaders, and offers an engaging way to share the path toward personal transformation with everyone. It presents a captivating allegory that helps leaders identify and break through long-standing beliefs that limit access to their innate potential for human happiness and exponential business success.
Through the experiences of the characters in Ascend, listeners see how their own limiting beliefs and mental models tacitly impede their quest for personal mastery and accomplishment, both personally and professionally. As the characters take important steps to discover and liberate their truer selves, listeners face the same key decision: Am I willing to engage in a life-altering journey to grow cognitively, behaviorally, emotionally, and spiritually? The answer promises to be transformational and profound.
©2015 CEO Effectiveness, LLC (P)2015 CEO Effectiveness, LLC
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3 out of 5 stars
By Karl layton on 12-13-17

Not bad. The flow is choppy.

I think the principles and ideas are great and helpful. the concepts could be more clearly presented in the stories without the expansion after. I think it more like a series of papers than a book.

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