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31 Mar 2013

Indie author blog tour: Giving Myself Permission by Mennie Murray

About Giving Myself Permission:
Can something as seemingly insignificant as a childhood playground game demonstrate how unconscious learning can impact your future success and personal dreams? Consider this: Mother, May I? Simon Says…. Red light/Green light. On the surface, these are just silly games. But their message resounds—do not act without permission; if you do, you are out! Oddly enough, many of us are still playing the adult version of these games. We wait for the green light from our parents, siblings, or others before we make a move. We depend on the opinions of significant others to determine the choices we make. In many areas of our lives, we do what “Simon” says at the expense of our authenticity. We play it safe. We avoid. We dumb ourselves down to pacify the egos of others. We act as if we don’t know what to do to change the negativity in our lives when, in fact, we do. Events that seem entirely innocent in fact have the potential to mark us for life. Giving Myself Permission: Putting Fear and Doubt in Their Place is a transformative, self-coaching book that will help to lessen the grip of the emotions that sabotage success, and end the addiction of seeking the approval of others.

Giving yourself permission is a pre-requisite for achieving success in any area of your life. Author Pennie Murray will guide you through a process of self-empowerment that shines a light on what is really preventing you from experiencing the quality of life you desire. Giving Myself Permission will help to reveal the negative conditionings that undermine your efforts towards success. Sifting through the clutter of learned inhibition and detrimental behavior to expose the real culprit behind repeated patterns of self-sabotage, this humorous, yet frank and inspiring book provides practical ways to challenge fundamental assumptions and basic thought processes. It also offers useful exercises that will awaken you to the depth of your personal value, reconnecting you with your potential and your purpose.

Addressing five emotions that frustrate and discourage our efforts towards success, Giving Myself Permission details three transformational shifts that will help you gain clarity and put fear and doubt in their place. Experiencing success in life, love, and purpose starts with giving yourself permission to do so. Read Giving Myself Permission and you will learn that these three words are more than a book title; it’s a higher level of living.

Purchase Link: Amazon

About Pennie Murray:
Pennie’s various careers as a police officer, radio talk show host, business owner, and seminar facilitator have shaped her passion for helping others experience their brand of success. She is a speaker, certified NLP coach, author, and the creator of the Giving Myself Permission (GMSP) Movement and Emotional Clarity Workshops™, which help individuals manage the feelings and emotions that frustrate their efforts towards success. With additional certifications in conflict mediation and emotional intelligence, Pennie also coaches individuals to help resolve the internal conflicts that sabotage their efforts towards a greater quality of life. Pennie is the author of the book, Giving Myself Permission: Putting Fear and Doubt in Their Place and the audio CD Asking for Richer Ground: The Power of Your Words.

For more information about Giving Myself Permission: Putting Fear and Doubt in Their Place please visit the website at http://www.givingmyselfpermission.com or contact Pennie Murray at 469-525-1156 or info@penniemurray.com.

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Interviewed at Literal Exposure

Monday, March 11
Interviewed at Examiner

Tuesday, March 12
Book spotlight at Moonlight, Laced, and Mayhem

Wednesday, March 13
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Thursday, March 14
Interviewed at Cheryl’s Book Nook

Friday, March 15
Guest blogging at The Story Behind the Book

Monday, March 18
Book reviewed at Mary’s Cup of Tea

Tuesday, March 19
Guest blogging at You Gotta Read

Wednesday, March 20
Interviewed at Review From Here

Thursday, March 21
Interviewed at Yahoo

Monday, March 25
Interviewed at My Devotional Thoughts

Wednesday, March 27
Book spotlight at Parenting 2.0

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