Chief Marketing OfficerUS Assure, Zurich Insurance Services
“Compendium of ideas” This is not your average self help book. It is a most useful compendium of 25+ excellent techniques we can all use to live a more gratifying and productive life.
Vice PresidentHealth Directions, Inc.
“Purposeful” As a wife, mom and career women, I often find life swiftly whizzing by. As I read this book, the tips made me stop – and think – and do (and sometimes, just breathe). When I am present to my thoughts and actions and embrace both my inner critic and inner champion, I can be more intentional and find greater purpose and joy in life. Thanks for reminding me that God created me uniquely – and to relish in all the blessings He has provided.
Self-care Expert & Educator
“Simple to follow guide” So Long Inner Critic, Hello Inner Champion: 25 Tips to Master Your Mindset is filled with all those stories we repetitively tell ourselves – and yet, never want to hear. Marcie has offered us a simple to follow step-by-step path to guide us towards our own deep dark stories in order to flush out truths, accept what seems unacceptable, and ultimately, point us in a liberating direction through humor, ease and grounded action.
PresidentSanborn And Associates Inc.Speaker and bestselling author of The Fred Factor
“Practical” If you deal with negativity or an inner critic, this book will teach you how to change your critic into a champion, and your negativity into positive progress. Marcie Stern shares practical advice you can use to improve your mindset for a successful life.
author of Choose Happy: 25 Happiness Habits to Transform Your Life
“Delivers ideas” I love the concept of creating an inner champion to empowering me to attain my highest goals. Marcie Stern’s book, So Long Inner Critic; Hello Inner Champion: 25 Tips to Master Your Mindset, delivers substantial well-documented insights and ideas that work. Take Marcie’s advice and you will soar to heights you didn’t know you could reach.
PrincipalSt. Aubin Haggerty & Associates, Inc.
“Easy-to-read” As an HR professional, Consultant and Coach, I have seen my share of individuals who have been hired because of their education, experience and skill-set but have found themselves stalled in their careers because of the critic within. They are hesitant to take charge of situations for fear that they might not really be the right person to do so, or they may decide to let a good idea fade because they are not sure they can stand up and sell the idea and themselves. We all have inner critics but some seem to be louder than others. The tips in this book can help tremendously to tame that inner critic and to get back on a path of success and professional growth. This book is easy to read and reinforces all the right behaviors and actions that can make a difference to one’s personal and professional life.
Creative DirectorReynolds Consumer Products
“Guiding” We all need to be reminded that there is no need to hinder our advancement within our career journey or with any of our relationships as a result of our inner critic but rather learn to manage it and flourish. Why be your worst critic when you can be your biggest supporter. Marcie guides you to your potential in her first book, providing simple tips on how to change the course of your mind set. Live the life you want to its fullest!
AgentWarren Insurance Agency, Inc.
“Practical” Marcie shares her personal triumph over her own inner critic which makes you realize you are not alone. She then provides practical tips to override the negative words and turn them into positives. She does not tell you what to do; she guides you to make your own choice which is the only way to truly become the strong, confident person you are. We started out this way and then we allowed our inner critic to take over. Marcie guides us back to our original self and helps us learn how to keep that inner critic quiet.
MA, CSP, Speaker, coach, author, PresidentMaxey Creative Inc.Chicago, Illinois
“Ultimate guide” Marcie Stern has written the ultimate guide for anyone who wants to buckle down and get rid of an inner critic. In a gentle yet firm style, she encourages with constant opportunities for self-analysis and action steps. Dotted with very fitting quotes from the famous and non-famous, the book also cites real-life success stories from those who have mastered a new mindset. A special note should be made about the coordinating website with more tools and tips.