Living life on your terms, making your bold moves, not settling for the status quo, all require one thing…a strong Hell Yes to give yourself, or others permission to make shit happen. But how do you get there? What do you do to overcome the fears and anxieties? How do you navigate those deep, deep emotions that hold you back? The most likely answer is a conversation, but not just any conversation. It’s a Hell Yes conversation that gets you into clarity. And, that’s exactly what Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower have created.
Their book, Getting To Hell Yes, is a simple, guided, 4-part conversation that will give you clarity and the means to get to your Hell Yes, regardless of the situation or circumstances. It’s especially useful in those moments when you know you are doing something really important and deeply emotional. So are you brave enough to listen and learn about getting to your Hell Yes?
- Learn how to overcome Imposter Syndrome
- Discover what being married 4 times can do for helping you get to “Hell Yes”
- When you use this system you will find ways to get to radical alignment
- ICBD – its the formula I used to move myself through some obstacles in my business – listen how I did it
- This process can help you get out of ego brain and into intentional action
About Bob and Alex
Alexandra Jamieson is a success mentor, life, and health coach to creative, professional women who want it all. She is the best-selling author of Women, Food & Desire, co-creator and co-star of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me, and highly-sought-after wellness expert.
Bob Gower helps organizations move faster, create better products, and become happier, more engaged places to work. He is an authority on agile software development, lean theory, and responsive organizational design, and has advised leaders at numerous companies—including GE, Ford, Chanel, PG&E, and Spotify—in creating more effective organizations. He is the author of Agile Business: A Leader’s Guide to Harnessing Complexity and speaks regularly on organizational development and leadership.