Unleash the Surprising Power of Relationships to Change Yourself, Remake Your Life, and Achieve Any Business Goal

Justin Blaney


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Learn to leverage your relationships so you can dream bigger, achieve whatever you want, and build a life that makes you happier with each passing day.

No greater force for change exists than the people we surround ourselves with. Relationshift explores how the people in your life have colored your worldview, how this limits or expands your options, and what to do about it.

Through the stories of British explorer Gertrude Bell, abolitionist hero Frederick Douglass, music icons the Beastie Boys, and many others, this book will help you:

  • Learn how to connect with high-caliber people who can help you go further in life.
  • Understand the rules of life as handed down through countless generations—then learn how to recognize which ones can be bent.
  • Grow in happiness, thankfulness, peace, and contentment while eliminating the power of negative emotions.
  • Explore how our minds reject new concepts like our bodies reject viruses.
  • Build a personal tribe that can help you achieve any goal in work, health, or relationships.
  • Make better choices by learning to see your options more clearly and honing your ability to move quickly with less information.
  • Identify relationships that have the most impact on your wellbeing, for better or worse.
  • Discover and refine the direction of your life by exploring wisdom from twenty experts on purpose.
    With dozens of illustrations and practical examples, Relationshift will help you take greater control of your life and uncover a path to your best possible future.


    Justin Blaney:
    Justin Blaney, D.M. is the bestselling author of fifteen books including his most recent, Will Post for Profit: How Brands and Influencers Are Cashing In on Social Media. He is followed by more than one million on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @justinblaney. He publishes an app that features his writing. Justin teaches at the University of Washington and lives in Capitol Hill, Seattle.