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Do you know what’s great? Doing your own thing. Think about it. We all have these natural inclinations, these talents, these things that just come to us like second nature. When we actually embrace those things it’s like magic. There’s nothing better than seeing someone in their element, doing what they were born to do. It’s like they’re in this zone. They’re unstoppable.

It’s not just about success or fame it’s about pure joy. It’s about doing something that brings you genuine happiness. I’m talking about that thing that you do where time just flies by, when you’re lost in the moment, when everything feels right. That’s your thing. When you start doing your thing with purpose and passion, it’s like the universe opens up. Doors start to open, opportunities come your way. People notice. They see that spark in your eye, that passion in your voice and they can’t help but be drawn to it.

Packed with real-life stories and examples we can all understand Wake Up And Do Your Thing is the perfect book for anyone who passionately feels they need a change in their life right now. Whether you are looking for a new job, a new relationship or a complete fresh start.


Survival of the friendliest goes against the traditional Darwinian view of evolution which focuses on competition and striving to be the best. Anthropologists now conclude our ability to cooperate and form relationships are the real keys to our long-term prosperity.

So, surround yourself with amazing people who challenge you and pump you up. Use the tools that belong to all of us—face, body, attitude, and voice—to make a dazzling first impression, establish immediate rapport and trust, and master the people-to-people skills that will help you persuade others to embrace and act on your ideas.


Training the New York SuperCops includes daily discussions on the works of Aristotle, George Orwell and Nicholas Boothman” – THE NEW YORKER

“Nicholas Boothman is truly inspirational” – THE ECONOMIST MAGAZINE

“Boothman is Dale Carnegie for a rushed era.” – THE NEW YORK TIMES

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