Like so many in the genre, Bernstein’s success is built on her own story. Her rock bottom led her on a path to find happiness and contentment within.
For a self-proclaimed lazy person, Tom Bilyeu sure has a lot of irons in the fire. The co-founder of Impact Theory (ImpactTheory.com) and Quest Nutrition, is a highly sought speaker within the personal development and empowerment community.
What started with the massively popular 2007 best-seller The 4 Hour Workweek has turned Tim Ferriss from a relatively unknown entrepreneur into a media mogul.
Rachel Hollis’s grand entry into the personal development world started in 2018 with No. 1 New York Times best-seller, Girl, Wash Your Face and 2019 follow-up Girl, Stop Apologizing, but she’s been in the business of self-growth far longer.
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