In the book, Master the Genie Within: Uncover, Embrace and Celebrate the Real You, Gladys Anderson has brought to light the self-limiting masks we wear to hide who we really are. Some of the masks we wear include the People Pleaser, the Loner and Wonder Woman. Anderson not only identifies these masks but also gives readers the reason we wear masks and what we can do to shed them by tapping into our own personal genie within.
The book, Master the Genie Within, draws on the metaphorical genie that magically grants our wishes. Readers learn how to call upon that powerful genie that is within all of us so that we can fulfill for ourselves our own desires and create the lives we are destined to have.
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About the Author
Since 1997, she has had the honor to counsel and coach hundreds of couples and individuals through their pain, joy, heartaches, and struggles.
Gladys recognizes that a lot of women, despite years of formal education and professional status, still struggle to say YES to showing up in the world as their true selves.
Soon Gladys realized a lot of women she coached still struggled to give herself permission to say "No" even when they felt over-committed, overwhelmed and overlooked. She then became fiercely committed to teaching busy, overwhelmed women to take time for self-care. Today, she teaches women how to recognize and access their personal genie within, while making affirming choices about what they are willing to do, be, and give.
Besides being the author of Master the Genie Within, Gladys has written an e-book, Just Say No! and numerous self-help articles. She is available for workshops on the subjects of boundary setting, empowerment, confidence-building, relationships, self-control, stress-management, gratitude, life balance, communications, and other topics that help women slow down, jump off the hamster wheel, and call upon their genie within to take charge of their lives.
In her spare time, Gladys loves to travel and have new experiences. She is an amateur genealogist, avid reader, loves "techy" stuff, jazz, and especially enjoys mystery novels.