Cracked Mirror, Clear Reflection
Imagine a life of freedom. No longer limited by self-doubt, you're able to achieve anything you set out to accomplish.
A pursuit for perfection may drive you to do more, have more, and be more—but at what cost? And what happens when your purpose and perfectionism are in conflict?
In Cracked Mirror, Clear Reflection, author and life coach Julie Barbera invites you on a journey from fear and doubt to discovering the courage to step out. After spending years struggling with an illusion of perfection and a feeling of insecurity, clear reflections in her cracked mirror gave her the courage to take a chance.
And you, too, can discover that there really is freedom on the other side of perfectionism—freedom from a need to be perfect just to start, freedom from a fear of what others think, freedom from a feeling of not being good enough, and a freedom to do what you love, love what you do and live a life of purpose. But most of all, you can find the freedom to become who God has called you to be.
Perfection is just an illusion. Everyone has flaws. Yet despite the cracks, your reflection can still be clear. When you are forced to look in the mirror, in weaknesses you just might find your greatest strengths—and this is the clearest reflection of all.
Julie Barbera is a life coach and the president of Inspireu2Action. It is her mission to help goal-driven individuals find balance, maximize strengths and break through to their potential. This passion comes from a desire and a challenge to find purpose in her own life.
God gave Julie the gift of language. Self-taught in four languages beyond English, it is her goal to use this gift to impact as many lives as possible. Julie is on a journey to do what she loves, love what she does and live life with purpose. She resides in Florida with her husband German and two young sons, Sebastian and Deangelo.
The anticipated release date for Cracked Mirror, Clear Reflection is by the end of 2018.
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