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Review: Pull It Off: Removing Your Fears and Putting On Confidence by Julianna Zobrist

Review: Pull It Off: Removing Your Fears and Putting On Confidence by Julianna Zobrist

Summary:

Do you ever feel stuck because of other’s expectations of you? Learn to embrace your authentic self and let go of fear. Only then can you step out in bravery, confidence, and brilliance.

“I could never pull that off!”

How many times have we heard that? How many times have we felt that? Well, if artist and musician Julianna Zobrist had a dollar for every time she heard that, she’d be worth her weight in gold.

Notorious for her daring fashion and bold creative perspective, Julianna digs deep into her own life to expose why we feel we can’t “pull it off.” Whether it’s fashion, creative expression, parenting, marriage, or daring to go 100 percent at a career, the greatest negative force you will fight against is yourself.

In PULL IT OFF, Julianna reveals how we can be transparent and vulnerable and yet secure and confident enough to walk through life facing our fears.

PULL IT OFF is broken into three parts that address the issues of authority, identity, and security, to reveal the root issue of where our fears stem from. Julianna walks readers through how to maximize our true identities and lean into our unique gifts due to a grounded belief in our acceptance of others, our acceptance by God, and ultimately, the acceptance of ourselves.

When we are secure, we believe we are worthwhile and can, indeed, pull it off!

Review

Let me first say how beautiful her cover is. I didn’t know who she was until I read her book. That splash of color represents all the sunshine she radiates from her personality. She invites us into her life to give her perspective of why we can’t “pull it off.” She dives into her career, family, and marriage.

The book is broken down into three parts: authority, identity and security. She encourages us to be fearless in who you are and be secure in your own skin She goes into where fear comes from, ground yourself in your faith and love yourself gaining the best version you can be. Having that confidence in yourself and believing in who you are can open you up to do anything. Learning to live life for you rather than for other people’s expectations and be open to embracing others.

Loved her honesty and it was refreshing reading her perspective. This isn’t a self help book but she shares some good points. This may not be for every demographic only because of where she is in life but finding that place where you learn to love you always can relate to anyone. We all can learn something from each other and I appreciate anyone trying to lift each other up.

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