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Become Unf**kwithable! Change your practices to change your
life.

Are you a leader who struggles with self-doubt or a CEO
who sometimes feels like a fraud? If so, you are not alone.


With Chasing Perfection, CEO and business coach Sue Hawkes provides
actionable practices to conquer self-doubt while maximizing your
success. You'll learn to stop chasing the illusion of perfection and
eliminate the barriers to your full leadership potential. Inside, you’ll
discover how to:

• achieve continuous self-improvement,
resulting in increased freedom, internal peace, and unshakable
excellence

• challenge your thinking, minimize self-doubt,
overcome self-imposed obstacles, and maximize yourself and your
possibilities.

• explore ways to create a certainty of self
that is unwavering and uncompromising

Stop chasing perfection;
it’s time to dismantle your fixed mind-set and unlock limitless
possibilities for yourself.

“Sue Hawkes finally put her wisdom
and experience in a book. Great for all of us! The concepts and tools in
this book are a must for any entrepreneur or business leader to
challenge their thinking, overcome obstacles, and achieve traction with
their full leadership potential.”

―Gino Wickman, Author of
Traction and Creator of EOS

“Stated simply, we need more female
leaders. This book challenges leaders, especially women leaders, to
think differently about what may be holding them back. With clear
insight and a practical approach, this book is for anyone who wishes to
change themselves and change the dialogue from what you can’t do, to
what you can do.”

―Rhoda Olsen, CEO of Great Clips, Inc.


“Certainty of self is a key ingredient in success. Sue Hawkes’ new
book, Chasing Perfection, provides keen insight on the imposter syndrome
women business leaders often experience, offering practical tips to
maximize leadership potential. In twenty years of building the Women
Presidents’ Organization I sometimes grappled with the need to be
perfect. This book effectively addresses how to undo self-imposed
perfection standards and take actionable steps to morph them into a
recipe for success.”

―Dr. Marsha Firestone, President and
Founder of the Women Presidents’ Organization

"Chasing
Perfection is written with an undeniably energizing and authentic voice,
and delves deep into the psychology of what it means to be an
entrepreneur. The beauty of this book is that it can be customized to
your own personal trajectory, and no matter who you are, how much
experience you have, or what field you're in, this book will help you
get out of your own way, embrace your power, and grow as a leader."
–Maya Penn, CEO of Maya’s Ideas


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Reviews for Chasing Perfection--: Shatter The Illusion; Minimize Self-Doubt & Maximize Success:

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Oct 17, 2018

This book is part personal memoir, part case study and part interpretation of common popular neuroscience, leadership and psychology themes. The author presents a lot of very personal information (sometimes repeating it) about her challenges in her personal life and how she managed. These are interspersed with narratives from other women leaders about the lessons they have learned.

The primary lessons are to be present, practice self-care, ask for help, and learn to prioritize. Coaching and This book is part personal memoir, part case study and part interpretation of common popular neuroscience, leadership and psychology themes. The author presents a lot of very personal information (sometimes repeating it) about her challenges in her personal life and how she managed. These are interspersed with narratives from other women leaders about the lessons they have learned.

The primary lessons are to be present, practice self-care, ask for help, and learn to prioritize. Coaching and seeking mentors and peer learning opportunities are critical -- you can't do or know everything yourself. The writing style feels casual, personal and more like a series of blog postings that overlap in key themes and concepts. A quick read. ...more

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