It might have started with your parents, or the bullies from school, but it’s more than likely created from your own insecurities, and even worse, it often stops you from living your best life.
In the new book, Sort Your Sh!t Out ($29.99, 1 Aug 2020) transformational change specialist Gary Waldon draws from decades of experience working with a variety of clients to provide an irreverent self-help exploration into where your sh!t comes from and how you can take back control. Everyone experiences life’s ups and downs, but Waldon focuses on what you can do to maintain a healthy mental balance while life happens. Using his experiences helping companies transform along with rescuing himself from his own darkness, Waldon presents his unique Self-Help Improvement Toolkit (SH!T):
- Know your sh!t –identifying where your sh!t comes from
- Own your sh!t –we often blame others for our unhappiness, learn to own your sh!t
- Deal with your sh!t – knowledge without action is useless, develop strategies to deal with it
- Manage your sh!t – just like going to gym, you need to work at staying sh!t-fit
This isn’t a generic self-help book telling you to think positively and that only good things will happen. This is a no bullsh!t Aussie-as-heck guide to help you Sort Your Sh!t Out.
Author Gary Waldon is a transformational change specialist who has helped many organisations improve their productivity and profitability. He has a diverse background which includes 41 different jobs including being a topless waiter, a lecturer, and advisor to CEOs. His ‘give it a go’ approach to life has seen him launch several start-ups as well as being featured on national television for his unique marketing campaigns. After many years of learning to sort his sh!t out he decided to capture the lessons learnt along the way to help others, resulting in his debut book.