• Steven Kotler

THE YEAR TO GO BIG (Y2GB)

Updated: Jan 3


Yup, this is one of those blogs that every now and again I am lucky enough to write—you know the kind, the kind that starts out saying: “Yup, this is one of those blogs that every now and again I am lucky enough to write….”


It’s a blog that announces I wrote a new book.


Sometimes I do this in all caps.


I WROTE A NEW BOOK


Not this time.


This time—well, the new book is called The Art of Impossible: A Peak Performance Primer.


As you might expect, it’s a book about peak performance. Serious peak performance. We’re talking about turning dreams into reality and reality into breakfast kind of serious peak performance.


It’s the end result of a three-decade examination of the psychology and neuroscience of human excellence distilled into a radically-practical A-to-Z breakdown of everything you need to get the absolute most out of your life.


It’s a book about what it takes to chase down your biggest dreams, tackle them in the open field, hog-tie them into knots, load those knotted-up dreams onto your back, and carry them through the goalposts of your life….sorry, sort of forgot what I was talking about there.


Suffice to say, The Art of Impossible is a book about how to go big. I mean, really big. And remember, dear reader, 2021 is THE YEAR TO GO BIG (Y2GB)!


And wow, since 2021 is the Y2GB, then wow, do I have a book for you.


Seriously, click this link….


Whatever the case, if you’re interested in shattering your limitations, exceeding your expectations, and finding out just what kind of amazing you just might be capable of… then this is the book for you.razy bulk buy offers that include an all-expense-paid trip to Tahoe, CA, to join me for a day of skiing or snowboarding, despite the fact that I keep saying, ”It’s not safe, it’s not safe….”


Also, some of the prizes I mentioned earlier are a no-go. Even though I was convinced it was a winner, the “free sex and cocaine with every book” concept didn’t go over well with our corporate sponsors.


In its place, the first hundred people who dazzle us with their amazing: “Please, take my credit card” skills, will receive a Robo-generated auto-response saying: “Thank you.”


Whatever the case, if you’re interested in shattering your limitations, exceeding your expectations and finding out just what kind of amazing you just might be capable of… then this is the book for you.


But don’t take my word for it, check out what all the smart, famous people I begged for blurbs have to say …..

“This book is a tour-de-force of high performance. It’s an essential resource for those looking to align their curiosity, passion, and purpose, to have not just a little more flow and creativity in their lives but to have a lot more flow and creativity. Want to learn how to take your innovation to seemingly impossible heights? Steven Kotler will teach you how.”

—SCOTT BARRY KAUFMAN, author of Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization


“The Art of Impossible is consistently fascinating. There aren’t many writers I would follow on an intellectual journey as ambitious as this to examine peak performance; fortunately, Steven Kotler is one of them.”

—DAVID EPSTEIN, New York Times bestselling author of Range and The Sports Gene



“The Art of Impossible is a must-read! Steven Kotler is one of a handful of people on the planet with a deep understanding of the frontiers of human performance. His ability to bring applied neuroscience and psychology to life through storytelling is world-class. This book is a treasure.”

—DR. MICHAEL GERVAIS, high-performance psychologist




The Art of Impossible—a practical playbook for peak performance.


Click The Link, Buy A Dozen Copies, Give One To Anyone Who Has A Dream…


Imagine The Possibilities



Steven Kotler


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