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In a world where success means owning a company before your 30th birthday, Mike Iamele seemed to have it all. By the age of 24, he was already making piles of money at his own public relations firm. And it was killing him. Literally. When a stress-induced illness brought him to his knees, he began to question everything he believed about success. And everywhere he turned, he met other young entrepreneurs who were praying to the temples of money, status, and power--and making themselves stressed and sick. Mike decided he'd had enough. He was ready to find success on his own terms. Mike Iamele now has a thriving practice as a wellness coach, and in the pages of this book he'll help you figure out what a successful life looks like for you--and how to get it. Through a process not unlike the classic hero's journey, Mike will show you how to create the success of your dreams--whether it's your first million by 22 or just a happy life. In Enough Already , Iamele challenges us to take back control of our lives and to chart our own successful path to happiness by considering: Have you had enough? Are you working yourself numb fulfilling someone else's idea of success? What would you stay up all night doing or talking about if you could? What if you could get paid for that? What if you could create a successful life around what you love? What if you could change the world? What's stopping you?, Mike Iamele is a clinical herbalist, wellness coach, and regular contributor to national entrepreneurial and wellness publications who experienced his own brush with burnout and a resulting health scare at the ripe age of 24, explores how to define success on our own terms. Now that Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker share superstar status with LeBron James and Beyonce, it's clear that our culture sets kids up to aspire to astronomical business success at a young age. As a result, a generation of people just starting out in the workforce are burning out and making themselves sick."Enough Already" is the battle cry for a new generation of success seekers. It captures the fire and spirit of anyone who is fed up with the dysfunctional pressures of success. Through brutally honest confessions, and an unmistakable voice, Iamele challenges what it means to be successful and maps out a plan for making a life of meaning and impact while avoiding burnout."Enough Already" asks us to consider: What is success? What does it smell like? Feel like? Taste like? How many hours will you work? How will you let people treat you? How will you treat others? How will you treat your body?What things could you stay up all night talking about? What things do you seem to have endless energy to do?How can you play nice with stress?How can you get over the fear of offending?What is failure? Why do you think of it that way?What do you want to add to the world? What's stopping you?Iamele challenges us to take back control of our lives and to chart our own successful path to happiness.", Mike Iamele, a clinical herbalist, wellness coach, and regular contributor to national entrepreneurial and wellness publications, experienced his own brush with burnout and a resulting health scare at the ripe age of 24, explores how to define success on our own terms. Now that Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker share superstar status with LeBron James and Beyonce, it's clear that our culture sets kids up to aspire to astronomical business success at a young age. As a result, a generation of people just starting out in the workforce are burning out and making themselves sick."Enough Already" is the battle cry for a new generation of success seekers. It captures the fire and spirit of anyone who is fed up with the dysfunctional pressures of success. Through brutally honest confessions, and an unmistakable voice, Iamele challenges what it means to be successful and maps out a plan for making a life of meaning and impact while avoiding burnout."Enough Already" asks us to consider: What is success? What does it smell like? Feel like? Taste like? How many hours will you work? How will you let people treat you? How will you treat others? How will you treat your body?What things could you stay up all night talking about? What things do you seem to have endless energy to do?How can you play nice with stress?How can you get over the fear of offending?What is failure? Why do you think of it that way?What do you want to add to the world? What's stopping you?Iamele challenges us to take back control of our lives and to chart our own successful path to happiness.", Smart, savvy young voice in wellness covering hot topic among young entrepreneurs. Now that Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker share superstar status with LeBron James and Beyoncé, it's clear that our culture sets kids up to aspire to astronomical business success at a young age. As a result, a generation of people just starting out in the workforce are burning out and making themselves sick. Enough Already is the battle cry for a new generation of success seekers. It captures the fire and spirit of anyone who is fed up with the dysfunctional pressures of success. Through brutally honest confessions, and an unmistakable voice, Iamele challenges what it means to be successful and maps out a plan for making a life of meaning and impact while avoiding burnout. Enough Already asks us to consider: What is success to you? What does it smell like? Feel like? Taste like? How many hours will you work? How will you let people treat you? How will you treat others? How will you treat your body? What things could you stay up all night talking about? What things do you seem to have endless energy to do? What is failure? Why do you think of it that way? What do you want to add to the world? What's stopping you? Iamele challenges us to take back control of our lives and to chart our own successful path to happiness.


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