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Be Bigger Than You Think You Are! Overcoming Our Self-Imposed Limits To Have The Life We Want is the second edition of a non-fiction work in the self-help genre. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by Peter Alessandria. The book is a discussion of the author’s success in the field of photography and the hurdles they overcame through positive thinking in order to achieve that success. Identifying the barriers to success as largely self-inflicted, the book aims to help readers address the fears and negative thoughts that hold them back from achieving their lifelong goals.
It’s a familiar but true idea that for the majority of us living in the western world, the thing that holds us back from chasing our ambitions is ourselves. We permit self-doubt to creep in, we develop a fear about what other people think, we allow ourselves to regard ourselves as small and unimportant. Luckily for us, Peter Alessandria is here to challenge those behaviors with a book based not on a clinical dissection of our inner psyches but instead formed by his real-world experiences of pushing past those barriers. Peter is a candid writer willing to discuss where he started, where he ended up, and how he got from one to the other with a frankness that is comforting and helpful to readers. Be Bigger Than You Think You Are is that rare beast; a self-help book that correctly estimates where its readers are at and what they need to grow and develop.