A man who studies is a man who is allergic to average, everybody wants to get to the top but nobody wants to discover new ways to get there. The more you become the quicker you will elevate. Those who are obsessed with the process of becoming are the ones who become.
When you were a kid, if someone told you that you would grow up and have an average life, you would be upset. You had dreams when you were younger, but as you got older, you believed the whispers that told you that you needed to be safe and realistic.
You started to settle, and before you know it, everything around you was average and far from what you dreamed. To be allergic is to develop a strong dislike for something because you don’t like it or because it’s harmful.
Being average is something you should not like, but it’s also dangerous for you. It means you are leaving talent and potential unused. Average also means that you are not living with a purpose. All of that changes now!
In Allergic to Average, author Ian Warner walks you through how he found out he was Allergic to Peanuts in high school. As he adjusted to this new reality, he had to deal with many ups and downs and outright scary moments. As he was learning about his new Allergy, here was also the discovery that he was allergic to average.
As he tells these stories, he gives you practical stories that you can relate to, and that helps you to spot where in your life you have chosen to settle. He also gives practical advice on what you can do to move away from average. This Book is For
The Person Who:
-Wants More- Needs Purpose
-Is Tired of Being Discouraged of Others
-Keeps Starting New Things
– Has No Direction
– Is In the Middle of a Project and Needs Inspiration to Finish
– Working on Their Side Hustle
– Wants to Start Building Better Habits
– Wants More Than Life
– Have Dreams They Are Not Pursuing