Embark on an awkwardly awesome and imperfect journey with your guide, Jason Freeman, as he endeavors to uncover life's most elusive qualities: success and satisfaction. Eager to enter the world, Jason's umbilical cord became kinked like a garden hose. He lost a bit of oxygen, gifting him with a pronounced speech impediment and coordination awkwardness, a fitting introduction into the imperfect nature of life. Jason promptly ignored this wisdom, and tried for stressful decades to attain perfection. For many years, he assumed his quest was a solitary one, until eventually discovering that perfectionism has a way of plaguing most of us. Like many people, Jason had perfect dreams but on too many occasions found himself sitting on the sidelines of life. Out of misery and desperation, he discovered, and began to implement something that would become key to his success and satisfaction, a simple game-changing concept: 'Doing your Imperfect Best.' Today, Jason does what eight years ago he thought was impossible for him: yoga, owning his own business, speaking to audiences across the country and, now, authoring a book. In 'Awkwardly Awesome - Embracing My Imperfect Best', Jason takes you along on his journey of obstacles, frustrations and epiphanies leading to the powerful Imperfect Best Concept. Part memoir, part self-help guide, the narrative pauses on occasion, asking you, the reader, direct questions relevant to your own life as it introduces concepts intended to transform your journey.
About the Author
Jason Freeman played a radish in his preschool play and garnered rave reviews . . . from his parents. Nowadays, he is an author and Bravery Coach who travels the country as a professional speaker. He finds immeasurable satisfaction in sharing this joy with family, friends, audiences, clients, and the occasional stranger on the street. Though he is since retired from The Radish Acting Industry, Jason does plenty to keep busy. To learn more, please visit the authors website.